The National Plan to Vaccinate Every American
By Barbara Loe Fisher
Published March 21, 2020
Co-founder and president of the non-profit National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) Barbara Loe Fisher outlines the history of the National Vaccine Plan developed by the U.S. government since 1994 in partnership with the pharmaceutical industry to ensure all Americans receive every federally recommended vaccination. Also included is a review of major types of vaccine-related legislation pending in states to eliminate or restrict voluntary vaccine decision-making.
U.S. Vaccine Exemptions Remain Secure in 2018
By NVIC Advocacy Team
Published September 12, 2018
NVIC’s 2018 Annual Report on U.S. State Vaccine Legislation: Breakdown, Trends and Predictions.
State Vaccine Legislation in America 2015-2017
By The NVIC Advocacy Team
Published October 25, 2017
In this eye-opening NVIC Vaccine Legislative Action Report, the NVIC Advocacy Team analyzes in detail what happened in state legislatures between 2015 and 2017 after a measles outbreak at Disneyland led to a frenzied attack on vaccine exemptions in the U.S. by medical trade and special interest groups associated with pharmaceutical companies and federal health agencies. Reviews what happened in California, Vermont and 42 other states and how to protect flexible medical, religious and conscientious belief vaccine exemptions using the online NVIC Advocacy Portal.
Back to School, Navigating Vaccine Choices and Holding State Agencies Accountable
By Theresa Wrangham
Published July 24, 2017
Back to school is a good time for parents to review school vaccine requirements and exemptions options in their state. Visit NVIC's updated state pages for reliable school information and state vaccine laws and policies.