The outbreak of measles in parts of the United States has ignited passionate debate about vaccines and their roles in preventing the spread of life-threatening diseases.
A number of elected officials offered a wide range of personal views last week. Some said parental choice should be involved with vaccinations while other politicians — plus many health officials — argued strongly for mostly mandatory vaccinations.
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