Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, who carried Senate Bill 277 in 2015 mandating vaccines for schoolchildren, will attend the March for Science Saturday in Washington, D.C., to promote vaccine safety.
Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, who carried Senate Bill 277 in 2015 mandating vaccines for schoolchildren, will attend the March for Science Saturday in Washington, D.C., to promote vaccine safety. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, who carried Senate Bill 277 in 2015 mandating vaccines for schoolchildren, will attend the March for Science Saturday in Washington, D.C., to promote vaccine safety. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
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April 21, 2017 6:00 AM

Senator who wrote mandatory vaccines bill attends March for Science in Washington

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