Pennsylvania Bill Prevents Doctors from Refusing to Treat Unvaccinated Patients – Stops CPS from Medically Kidnapping Unvaccinated Children
Legislation proposed in Pennsylvania’s General Assembly would prevent doctors and health care facilities from discriminating against unvaccinated patients. Doctors would be required to treat unvaccinated families in their practice, limit tactics used to place pressure on patients to use vaccines and prevent medical staff from requiring parents or guardians to sign a liability waiver if they decline or delay one or more federally recommended vaccines. The bill would also protect doctors from being penalized by health insurance companies for providing health care to unvaccinated patients and prevent child protective services employees from instigating a neglect investigation of parents solely based on a parent’s choice to delay or decline vaccines. Additionally, the bill prohibits investigations by child protective services should parents choose to delay or decline vaccination for their child.