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Swine Flu Review: The Case for Reforming U.S. Emergency Health Laws

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Black Talk Radio News & Views welcomes back Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D. who is the director of The Pandemic Response Project.

Mr. Phillips writes, "The 2009-2010 swine flu pandemic is officially over, but many serious risks remain--not so much from the flu, but from the flu vaccines and America’s emergency health laws. Current laws allow states to mandate fast-tracked, untested emergency vaccines and other emergency medical protocol without exemptions during declared emergencies, despite the existence of safer, viable alternatives; those who refuse vaccines can be quarantined in government facilities."

Legal Exemptions from Vaccinations via The Pandemic Response Project. Bookmark this site!

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Attorney Alan Phillips will go over some of the information contained within his report, "SWINE FLU REVIEW: The Case for Reforming U.S. Emergency Health Laws.