It Appears That Jessica Biel Is An Anti-Vaxxer

It Appears That Jessica Biel Is An Anti-Vaxxer

It Appears That Jessica Biel Is An Anti-Vaxxer

Jessica Biel said she's "not against vaccinations" following a backlash after reports surfaced she joined anti-vaccination proponents to oppose a vaccine bill in California. That is to say, exemptions would need to be cleared by a public health official, a measure that's nearly certainly aimed toward California's rise in medical exemptions (which looked pretty sketchy and a lot like doctor-shopping) after personal and religious exemptions were eradicated.

Jessica Biel reveals she regrets something from her past.

In laymen's terms, it would stop anti-vaxx parents from making baseless claims about why they're not vaccinating their children, because they would be required to have exemptions filtered through a medical professional.

"Please say thank you to the courageous [Jessica Biel] for a busy and productive day at the California State House", Kennedy captioned a photo of the duo posted to Instagram.

"My concern with #SB276 is exclusively regarding medical exemptions", she added, while explaining that her opposition to the bill was a personal one because it would reportedly "limit medical exemptions from vaccines".

Update: Jessica Biel posted a statement on Instagram early Thursday morning, writing that she is "not against vaccinations - I support children getting vaccinations", but that she is against the proposed California bill.

It was great seeing Jessica Biel this afternoon in the Capitol.

The "Total Recall" star is married to Justin Timberlake and the two have a four-year-old son.

Biel wrote that she argued against the bill because her friends have a child with a medical condition warranting an exemption and the bill would "greatly affect their family's ability to care for their child".

Children's Health Defense - an anti-vaccination nonprofit where Kennedy serves as the chairman - directed a request for comment to Kennedy's publicist, who did not immediately respond.

'The biggest problem with the bill, which is something I think Jessica is concerned with is that a doctor who has made a determination - if he has found children in this state whose doctors have determined that they're too fragile to receive vaccinations - this bill would overrule the doctors and force them to be vaccinated anyways'.

In Touch Weekly reported in 2015 that the couple did not plan to vaccinate their son. It's awesome to have incredible partners and advocates for parental rights like her!

She reiterated again that she is not anti-vaccination, and encouraged others to learn more about the issue.

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