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Jessica Biel Criticized for Lobbying Against Vaccination Bill

Newsmax Friday, 14 June 2019 ()
Lobbying against California state bill 276, which, if passed would limit medical exemptions from vaccinations, has brought fierce criticism for actress Jessica Biel.
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Actress Jessica Biel is making it clear she is "not against vaccinations" for children after protesting a controversial medical bill in California.

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