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WATCH: Anti-vaxxers show up in the wrong room to protest a vaccine exemptions bill — and refuse to leave

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This Thursday as the New Jersey Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee geared up to hold a public hearing on bill S2175, which proposes making New Jersey the sixth state to eliminate religion or “personal beliefs” exemptions for vaccines, anti-vaccine activists showed up to protest. But according to video posted to Twitter by journalist Daniel Munoz, the protesters showed up to the wrong room, and then refused to leave.

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As a hearing conducted by New Jersey Transit (which is completely unrelated to the bill) began to start, many of the anti-vaxxers stayed put.

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If the law changes, children with legitimate medical conditions will still qualify for exemptions if their doctors approve. There are 1,137 students with medical exemptions, according to state data.

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