New York lawmakers on June 10 ended the 2023 legislative session in Albany without passing any of the four pending vaccine-related bills.

This is the fourth consecutive year that grassroots efforts, including those undertaken by Children’s Health Defense (CHD), have prevented any new vaccine-related legislation from becoming codified into New York state law.

The four bills pending before the legislature that did not move forward included legislation that would have allowed:

S762A: Minors to be vaccinated without parental knowledge or consent.
S1946: Tracking of medical exemptions.
S1531: Mandatory tracking of all adult vaccinations.
S7356: Dentists to administer COVID-19 and flu shots.

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