Promoting public health through vaccines seems like the right thing to do, but there’s a good reason to preserve religious exemptions: Some vaccines rely on cell lines from aborted fetal tissue.
My life is not more valuable than any other person’s, and I do not support exploitation in the name of science, even if it could give me more years of life.
Besides the ethical problems with selling body parts from aborted children, research using those body parts has never led to a single successful clinical treatment despite decades of trying.
The NIH lets this heinous practice, which lets Planned Parenthood profit richly from their abortion business, continue at taxpayers’ expense. It must end.
By taking matters into their own hands, states may be able to make a significant dent in the abortion industry’s bottom line in a way the federal government is unwilling to do.
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