Over the last decade in the United States, the deaths of over 100 children — at the very least — have been linked to receiving a measles vaccine, compared with zero children dying from the disease itself, according to the U.S. government’s own compiled data. Put another way, an American child would have been infinitely more likely to die after receiving a measles shot, percentage-wise, than from getting the actual measles in the last 10 years. Thousands have suffered from adverse reactions. The explosive numbers have massive implications for public health efforts, analysts said.
California's measles outbreak raises the question of whether governments have the right to force parents to have their children vaccinated.
On Wednesday, Republicans unveiled their work-in-progress alternative to ObamaCare, but the “blueprint,” as they call it, mirrors much of what is found in the Affordable Care Act.
Over the next decade, ObamaCare will cost taxpayers $2 trillion, or $73,184 per covered person, to get fewer than half of all uninsured Americans covered, according to Congressional Budget Office projections.