With measles breaking out in California, democratic Sen. Richard Pan of Sacramento, at podium, and Ben Allen of Santa Monica, far left, introduce legislation that would end California's vaccine exemption loophole during a press conference on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2015 in Sacramento, Calif. Passing of the bill would eliminate the ability for parents of school children to opt out of vaccinating their kids based on a personal belief.
With measles breaking out in California, democratic Sen. Richard Pan of Sacramento, at podium, and Ben Allen of Santa Monica, far left, introduce legislation that would end California's vaccine exemption loophole during a press conference on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2015 in Sacramento, Calif. Passing of the bill would eliminate the ability for parents of school children to opt out of vaccinating their kids based on a personal belief. Randy Pench
With measles breaking out in California, democratic Sen. Richard Pan of Sacramento, at podium, and Ben Allen of Santa Monica, far left, introduce legislation that would end California's vaccine exemption loophole during a press conference on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2015 in Sacramento, Calif. Passing of the bill would eliminate the ability for parents of school children to opt out of vaccinating their kids based on a personal belief. Randy Pench
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