(Los Angeles Times) With California's strict vaccine mandate now in place, opponents are fighting to overturn the law in court.
The new law, which took effect Friday, bars parents from citing religion or other personal beliefs as reasons to not vaccinate their kids. SB 277 is one of the toughest mandatory vaccination laws in the country and drew many protesters when it was debated in Sacramento.
A group of parents and the nonprofit Education 4 All filed a suit Friday to overturn the law in U.S. District Court in San Diego. The suit claims that the law violates California children's right to an education under the state's constitution.
Advertisement - story continues below