About Us

2012 House Healthcare Committee Hearing on Mandatory Vaccination of Children. Bills H.137/S.199 intended to strip the right to informed consent for vaccination, from Vermont parents. The bill was defeated.

The Vermont Coalition for Vaccine Choice was formed in 2012 after parents with concerns about vaccination came together to preserve parental rights.

Many of our members have vaccine injury experiences, and some have severely disabled children and affected family members.

2015 Vermont House Healthcare Committee Hearing on Mandatory Vaccination of Children, after bill S.87 was inserted into bill H.98 in sneak amendment.

In 2015, concerned citizens again had to defend their rights to informed consent for vaccination of their children.  In an 85-57 vote, the Vermont House voted to strip the right to informed consent (via moral/ philosophical exemption) from Vermont parents.

Today, we remain a broad-based, nonpartisan citizen advocacy group that defends the principle of informed consent in the administration of vaccines in the state of Vermont. We are not anti-vaccination, but rather stand for a family’s right to make medical decisions based upon truthful information on the risks and benefits.

To become a member, please join our mailing list, and pay your 2017 membership fee. You can pay via paypal below, or send a check to: VCVC, PO Box 74, Waitsfield, Vermont 05673.

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Posted by Vermont Coalition for Vaccine Choice on Monday, May 11, 2015

Above: 2015 Public Hearing on Mandatory Vaccination of Children in Vermont.

Informed consent was later stripped from Vermont parents, but needs to be re-instated.

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