by Honey Berk (Subscribe to Honey Berk’s posts)
Mar 16th 2011 3:30PM
With the autism-vaccine connection disproved last year, you would think fewer parents would be objecting to having their children vaccinated.
Yet, the resurgence of serious, preventable illnesses — including whooping cough and meningitis — is testament to the fact that even greater numbers are seeking exemption from vaccines for their children.
But parents who seek an exemption from vaccinations for their children based upon religious reasons would have to comply with stricter guidelines under a new bill that passed the New Jersey state Senate March 15, NJ.com reports.