March Starts: 12 pm
San Francisco Chronicle
901 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Press Conference: 1pm
City Attorney's Office
1390 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
CITIZENS UNITE TO DEMAND THE SUBPOENA AGAINST DR. KEN STOLLER BE WITHDRAWN THAT DOCTOR PATIENT PRIVACY BE UPHELD and SB276 BE VOTED OUT
Our Call to Action:
1. Demanding that San Francisco City Attorney, Dennis Herrera, withdraw the subpoena he issued against Dr. Ken Stoller, requiring that he turn over medical records containing sensitive genetic information of his patients who are medically exempt from vaccinations. The City Attorney’s actions are an affront to the rights of all patients worldwide and must be stopped. If not, we can expect other government entities to follow in his steps.
2. To stand UNITED in defeating SB 276 which if passed, would eliminate a physician's expert-based authority to write medical exemptions for patients he/she deems vaccine-fragile. This protocol would instead be placed in the hands of government bureaucrats who are not required to ever examine our children and are complete strangers to the patients and their families. Some may very well not have a license to practice medicine.
SB 276 passed the California Senate and goes in front of the Assembly Health Committee next week.
The march will start at 901 Mission Street at the San Francisco Chronicle building, then proceed to the City Attorney’s Office at where the press conference will take place.
This event is global! It is being sponsored by a number of well respected and long-standing medical/health news/vaccine information organizations, both in the US and abroad.
We are asking for everyone in the world who is concerned by the City Attorney’s actions and bills like SB 276 to voice your opposition by contacting City Attorney, Dennis Herrara’s office on June 14:
Please be polite and respectful in your communications.
The message can be as short as:
> “Doctors, Not Bureaucrats”, Withdraw the Subpoena”,
>“Health, Not Politics”,
>“Protect my medical privacy rights”,
> “Do Not Open the Door to Medical Privacy Abuse”,
> “Don’t Target Fragile Children and Families”
...or anything else (polite and respectful) which strikes your fancy. Or state that Governor Brown made it a point to specifically allow broadly written medical exemptions with SB 277.