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CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 03, 2015
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In California there are already calls to repeal a new state law requiring schoolchildren to be vaccinated. The governor signed it Tuesday. But as John Blackstone reports the debate certainly did not end there. My name is Rhett Krawitt vaccines save lives at a state Senate hearing seven year old Rhett Krawitt became a poster boy for supporters of California's strict new vaccination law as a cancer patient receiving chemotherapy. He could not be vaccinated. His parents worried unvaccinated childre...
Reporter(s):
John Blackstone
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00:02:02

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