Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, right, listens to Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff discuss SB277 at the state Capitol in May . Pan was a co-author of the measure requiring California schoolchildren to get vaccinated, which was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown. Huff was one of four senators who did not cast a vote on the bill.
Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, right, listens to Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff discuss SB277 at the state Capitol in May . Pan was a co-author of the measure requiring California schoolchildren to get vaccinated, which was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown. Huff was one of four senators who did not cast a vote on the bill. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, right, listens to Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff discuss SB277 at the state Capitol in May . Pan was a co-author of the measure requiring California schoolchildren to get vaccinated, which was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown. Huff was one of four senators who did not cast a vote on the bill. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
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From death threats to holocaust warning, California vaccine bill an extraordinary fight

June 30, 2015 05:01 PM