Posted on 8th December 2011No Responses
HPV Vaccine Recommendation for Girls in 6th Grade in Florida.

HPV Vaccine Recommendation for Girls in 6th Grade in Florida

Senate Bill (SB) 1116 filed by State. Sen. Thad Altman, R-Melbourne, and House Bill (HB) 1051 filed by Rep. Charles Van Zant, R-Palatka, would require that the Department of Health add the human papillomavirus to the list of communicable diseases for which vaccinations are recommended. It will require that schools provide the parents information regarding the human papillomavirus and the availability of a vaccine.

For text and status of the SB1116 click here

For the text of HB1051 click here

Please contact ASAP your state, senate, and house representatives to say YOU DO NOT WANT Senate Bill 1116 and House Bill 1051 to be put to a vote in this legislative session which begins January 10th, 2012. You can Find Your Legislator here.

The specific concerns listed below are helpful when contacting your state representatives. You may contact them in a multimedia style: email, phone and fax! When calling their office, ask to speak to someone about a filed bill in this legislative session. They usually ask for your name and city/zip code so they know you are in their district. Then state that you are against Senate Bill 1116/ House Bill 1051 and give your reason why. You may have your own personal reasons or you may use one of the points below.


1) A state recommendation implies an endorsement by the state. The state should not be endorsing this highly controversial HPV vaccine which has significant side effects that include death.

2) The HPV vaccine is not for a disease that is transmissible for children in school at this age.

3) The discussion and decisions regarding sexually transmitted diseases and children should take place between parents and healthcare providers and the state does not need to be endorsing the HPV vaccine.

4) This vaccine and information about the vaccine/disease is already available through health care providers.

5) This legislation may get misconstrued by doctors, schools and government officials to say that the vaccine is required, not just recommended. It engenders a discriminatory attitude against those who have a moral conflict with vaccination and who see this vaccine as promoting promiscuity.

6) Our legislators should be creating and passing laws that promote healthcare freedom, religious freedom, informed consent rights, parental rights and the dignity of the human person.

Please see Judicial Watch Special Report: Examining the FDA’s HPV Vaccine Records and Dr. Mercola’s article Don’t Give This to Your Daughter – Despite What Your Doctor Says

Please consider joining the NVIC Advocacy Portal at so you can become part of a Florida State Network of concerned citizens who are interested in protecting our rights to informed consent for vaccination for the state of Florida. The NVIC Portal has been designed with safeguards to protect your privacy and protect against email abuse. You will ONLY receive emails to advise on any actions that you can take and the status of legislation in the state of Florida. It is at the state level that mass vaccination policies are made, and it is at the state level where your action to protect your rights can have the greatest impact! Please share this action alert with your friends.