Alicia Ferguson of Shingle Springs holds her 17-month-old daughter Louisa Ferguson, and her parrot Mac, as she rallies on the West Steps of the Capitol against the bill to require vaccinations, Senate Bill 277, on Wednesday. Ferguson, who said her child was vaccinated, said that she supports the group because she believes in parents having the right to make their own choice.
Alicia Ferguson of Shingle Springs holds her 17-month-old daughter Louisa Ferguson, and her parrot Mac, as she rallies on the West Steps of the Capitol against the bill to require vaccinations, Senate Bill 277, on Wednesday. Ferguson, who said her child was vaccinated, said that she supports the group because she believes in parents having the right to make their own choice. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Alicia Ferguson of Shingle Springs holds her 17-month-old daughter Louisa Ferguson, and her parrot Mac, as she rallies on the West Steps of the Capitol against the bill to require vaccinations, Senate Bill 277, on Wednesday. Ferguson, who said her child was vaccinated, said that she supports the group because she believes in parents having the right to make their own choice. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

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