Wisconsin law includes three vaccine exemptions:
- Personal belief
What is religious exemption?
“..any comprehensive belief, whether conventionally religious or secularistic, is constitutionally protected. Moreover, such First Amendment protection is essential to our democracy because each adult citizen must be free to advocate any political evaluation she or he finds convincing. If “we the people” are sovereign, each person should be sovereign over her or his belief about the ultimate basis of evaluation. It also follows that popular sovereignty is impossible when differing religious beliefs are assumed immune to public discussion and debate because somehow suprarational and thus “solely a matter of faith.” Our democracy implies government through full and free discussion and debate inclusive of differing comprehensive beliefs.”Franklin I. Gamwell, Shailer Mathews Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus at the University of Chicago Divinity School
The following links on this page provide information on vaccine exemptions:
- How To Get a Vaccine Religious Exemption
In this post, I’m going to break down how to get the religious exemption you’re entitled to … like a boss. I will forewarn you though, when I read religious letters I’m pretty critical. It’s not because I don’t want to hear your story, it’s because I want you to get what you deserve and there’s a lot at stake. The end result is either a box of Kleenex or a religious exemption, so I’m going to tell you how to put this together and keep it on point. Cool?
Source: Living Whole
- Suggestion For Religious Vaccine Exemption Letter
Suggestion For Religious Vaccine Exemption Letter
Source: Illinois Vaccine Awareness Coalition
- Exemption Forms and Information
A legal Notice should be used in most cases but especially when an exemption to vaccine requirements is difficult to obtain. Before you utilize a Vaccination Notice, it is important read as much information on this lawful strategy as possible.