• In response to a measles outbreak that started in Southern California, the Solana Beach School Board (PICTURED BELOW)recently voted to support legislation that would end exemptions to mandated school vaccines because of “personal beliefs.”
  • Solana Beach School District
  • Board of Education
  • Vicki King, Esquire, President
      (term runs until November 2018)
      City of San Diego Liaison
     (858) 794-3746, E-mail

Vicki King

“It affects our staff,  too,” added board president Vicki King. “It is affecting staff right now.”

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Rich Leib Face Photo

“We’re taking a lead role on this because it’s really important”

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Richard H. Leib, Esquire, Member
 (term runs until November 2016)
 Legislative Action Network Committee Member,

City of Solana Beach Liaison

 (858) 794-3747, E-mail
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Holly Lewry, Member
  (term runs until November 2018)
  NCCSE Representative, City of Solana Beach Liaison
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Debra Schade Face Photo

“As a public health advocate, I strongly support this measure,”

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  Debra H. Schade, Ph.D., Vice President
  (term runs until November 2018)
Legislative Action Network Committee Member
  (858) 794-3749, E-mail
Superintendent Nancy Lynch

Superintendent Nancy Lynch

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  1. #1 by Vikki King on March 19, 2015 - 12:46 pm

    Vicki King quote:
    “It affects our staff, too,” added board president Vicki King. “It is affecting staff right now.”

    Does Vicki King know that the US Health and Human Services Vaccine Compensation Program has awarded over $2.8 B to victims and survivors of vaccine injury and death?

    Apparently, Vicki King wants to force all of the kids to be subject to possible injury or death from forced vaccinations.

  2. #2 by Richard Leeb on March 19, 2015 - 1:35 pm

    Richard Leib quote:
    “We’re taking a lead role on this because it’s really important”

    Does Richard Leib know the following American Medical Association (AMA) Code of Ethics opinions completely contradict FORCED vaccination:

    Opinion 9.133: “Accept immunization absent a recognized medical, religious, or philosophic reason to not be immunized.” The AMA holds that medical, religious, or philosophic reasons and decisions are to be respected and maintained for refusing vaccines.

    Opinion 8.08: “The physician has an ethical obligation to help the patient make choices from among the therapeutic alternatives consistent with good medical practice. Informed consent is a basic policy both in ethics and law that physicians must honor…”

    Apparently, Richard Leib has no regard for Freedom of Religion, informed consent that the American Medical Association upholds in its Code of Ethics. Does he support a totalitarian government that will force parents to vaccinate their children whether they are publicly, privately, or homeschooled or face criminal charges?

  3. #3 by Holy Lewry on March 19, 2015 - 1:47 pm

    Does Holly Lewry know that there have been deaths and injuries from vaccines to the tune of $2.8 B in awards from lawsuits? Does Holly Lewry know that the vaccine makers (pharmaceutical companies) assume NO financial liability for their vaccines and the doctors administering the vaccines assume NO liability either? Does Holly Lewry know that the taxpayers pay for vaccine lawsuit damages?

    Forget the lawsuit award monies, does Holly Lewry want the death and injury to continue? Doesn’t she care about the children harmed? Does she actually support FORCING the children to be vaccinated????

  4. #4 by Debra H. Shade on March 19, 2015 - 1:57 pm

    Debra H. Schade quote:
    “As a public health advocate, I strongly support this measure,”

    How can Debra Schade claim to be a “public health advocate” and, yet, strongly support forced vaccination? Has Debra Schade looked at the US Health and Human Services Vaccine Compensation Program which has awarded over $2.8 B to victims and survivors of vaccine injury and death?

    Debra Schade “strongly supports” a law that would force parents to vaccinate their kids, when it may cause their child to die or become injured. Sick.

  5. #5 by Superintendent Nancee Lynch on March 19, 2015 - 2:06 pm

    Superintendent Nancy Lynch

    If you actually cared about the children, you would have done your homework on vaccinations before you took a position to support SB 277.
    You cannot claim to care about the kids and, at the same time, support forced vaccination. Vaccinations have caused injury and death. There is no getting past the $2.8 B awarded in court for injury and death. That is fact, that is reality.

    Either you did not research this hugely critical subject or you think it is okay for parents who do not vaccinate to face criminal charges for not having done so. Whether the child is homeschooled, in public or private school they will be forced to get a vaccine that may injure them or result in their death.

    Either way, it is astounding that you hold a position responsible for the health and well being of children in school.

  6. #6 by Fertility Regulation via vaccines on March 21, 2015 - 4:23 pm

    The WHO Task Force on Vaccines for Fertility Regulation. Its formation, objectives and research activities.

  7. #7 by Anonymous on March 22, 2015 - 10:14 am

    This law is not about measles at all. California Department of Health data show that students have high vaccination rates for measles. Students are not spreading measles. The CDC website clearly states that outbreaks have resulted from measles being brought into the country from overseas (generally by unvaccinated ADULTS). If our health authorities were serious about stopping measles they would require vaccination of travelers from countries with active outbreaks. Instead we have a law proposed that will force higher rates of vaccination against Hep B and “any other vaccinations deemed necessary by the department”, i.e. HPV and other experimental vaccines in the pipeline. The number one reason why California children are considered “not fully vaccinated” is because their parents refused the Hep B vaccine. Of course, you can’t really rally up a great deal of outrage over that since the kids aren’t at risk of catching Hep B until they start injecting drugs or engaging in sexual activity. So the industry benefits from a measles scare to force more Hep B on kids. It will wane before they are at risk

  8. #8 by Donna on March 24, 2015 - 11:56 am

    I agree with the boards decision. These members are highly respected and well educated. It reflects responsible behavior and is based on a well researched position. Stop getting all of your information from You Tube and Playboy models.

    • #9 by Joe Imbriano on March 25, 2015 - 11:47 pm

      Some of the most despicable and stupid people that I have ever met were some of the most educated and respected. Need I say more? The more time one spends in school, the more brain damaged they become and the more loss of critical thinking and discernment they undergo. Just look at what these clucks just voted to support. Obamacare is all about forced vaccinations and now with the federal push to get access to all of our bloodstreams, they are gonna push this as far and fast as they can. The window is closing because people are onto them.

      • #10 by Anonymous on April 2, 2015 - 11:59 am

        Typical establishment minions who probably have brain damaged kids who are on medication.

    • #11 by Lap dog? on March 26, 2015 - 8:54 pm

      All the “highly respected and well educated” words do not mean anything if they cannot look at the facts and, apparently, they CANNOT.

      If you consider source documents from US Health and Human Services “youtube and Playboy” well, then, there’s no hope for you, either.

      Donna, are you these folks lap dog?

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