Merck Paid Legislators to Pass Mandatory Gardasil Vaccine Bill


Anthony Gucciardi
Natural Society
September 13, 2011

Key California legislators who were instrumental in the passing of legislation that would require mandatory Gardasil & hepatitis B vaccinations for children as young as 12 received financing from vaccine titan Merck. Merck of course is the creator of the Gardasil vaccine, linked to 49 deaths and countless side effects. The bill, commonly referred to as the “Gardasil Bill,” aims to keep parents in the dark over their children’s mandatory vaccinations. Current vaccine protocol requires parental permission, and family activists nationwide are speaking out against the anti-parent nature of the bill.

Politicians who received Merck funding, according to Cal Watchdog:

Senate:

Kevin De Leon, D-Los Angeles, $2,000
Ed Hernandez, D-West Covina, $2,500
Elaine Alquist, D-San Jose, $1,000
Noreen Evans, D-Santa Rosa, $1,500
Juan Vargas, D-Chula Vista, $3,500
Alex Padilla, D-San Fernando Valley, $300
Curren Price, D-Los Angeles, $1,700
Roderick D. Wright, D-Inglewood, $1,500
Lois Wolk, D-Vacaville, $2,000
Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, $1,500

Assembly:

Ben Hueso, D-Chula Vista, $1,000
Bob Blumenfield, D-Van Nuys, $1,500
V. Manuel Perez, D-Indio, $1,500
Richard Pan, D-East Sacramento, $1,000
Bill Monning, D-Santa Cruz, $1,500
Felipe Fuentes, D-Arleta, $1,500
Holly J. Mitchell, D-Culver City, $2,500
Speaker John A. Perez, D-Los Angeles, $1,500
Ricardo Lara, D-South Gate, $1,000
Mary Hayashi, D-Hayward, $1,500
Roger Dickinson, D-Sacramento, $1,000
Nancy Skinner, D-Oakland, $2,500
Jose Solorio, D-Santa Ana, $1,500
Steven Bradford, D-Inglewood, $1,500
Toni Atkins, D-San Diego, $1,000

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