Lawsuit Challenging State Law On Vaccines, Dropped

Albany, N.Y. - A lawsuit challenging the State's new vaccine law banning a religious exemption for vaccinations is being dropped. A lawsuit challenging the State's new vaccine law is being dropped:

Parents had been suing New York in Federal court. Court records show the case was voluntarily dismissed on Thursday, three days after the Federal judge denied the plaintiffs' motion for a preliminary injunction.

Students attending school in the State who are previously used a religious exemption to avoid some or all vaccines must have their first dose 14-days after the start of the school year and must be able to prove they are on a vaccine schedule after the first month. 

title

Content Goes Here