Kids with diseases can't be with unvaccinated children.
During an appointment with one of her patients, Dr. Smith came up with a brilliant idea: there should be a federal law that makes vaccinations mandatory for all children, no matter what school or religion. When she got home from work that night, she called her local representative, Bonnie Watson Coleman, who replied that she liked the idea and would begin writing the bill.
Congress Debates and Votes
Bonnie Watson Coleman, the representative of New Jersey's twelfth district, wrote the bill about vaccinations and submitted it to the hopper, where all bills are placed in the House of Representatives. It was then assigned the number 38.
The bill is sent to a health and wellness committee in the House of Representatives to be further researched and amended, or changed. Once this committee is done looking over the bill, it is either sent to be voted on in that chamber, or it is sent to a different committee for further studying.
Mandatory Vaccines Bill ---------- ------------ #38
Next, after it goes through committee, the bill is voted on by the House of Representatives. (bills can start in either house, but for this case it will start with the representatives.) Once the bill passes one house of congress, it is sent to the other house , in this case the Senate, for a similar process of discussion, debate, and voting!
Now it has been sent to the president! Finally, the president signs the bill and it becomes a law! Now, it will be legally required to vaccinate your child unless they have a medical reaction that exempts them from the policy.