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A man who would not identify himself talks to the media April 9 about the measles outbreak in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn in New York. He said that he has had his children vaccinated but that he respects the right of other parents to decide not to have their children vaccinated. (AP photo)
A man who would not identify himself talks to the media April 9 about the measles outbreak in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn in New York. He said that he has had his children vaccinated but that he respects the right of other parents to decide not to have their children vaccinated. (AP photo)

Commentary: New York, religious laws agree on vaccinations

Forced vaccination is a classic instance of a situation where the courts have to balance individual liberties against the public interest.

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