Last week legal researcher and SB277 RICO law suit creator Travis Middleton appeared on the Blog Talk radio show detailing the elements of the law suit to 50 defendants (CA lawmakers involved in the passage of SB277 and their spouses). See SB277 votes – Senate – Assembly

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The plaintiffs are acting as Private Attorney General, which is in our right as private citizens. This is a multi-plaintiff suit under The Racketeering and Corrupt Organizations Act also known as R.I.C.O.. It is a civil action, not criminal. We are suing them in both private and professional capacity.

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Drug Companies Donated Millions to California Lawmakers Before Vaccine Bill SB277 was Drafted

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The Sacramento Bee is reporting this week what the alternative media has been reporting for months: California State lawmakers supporting bill SB277 to remove all parental exemptions to vaccines have direct financial ties to the makers of the vaccines.

Here’s a peek at just how much money Pan and others received in campaign contributions from pharmaceutical companies.

TOP DRUG MAKER RECIPIENTS – *Member of the Assembly or Senate health committees

Sen. Richard Pan*– D-Sacramento $95,150
Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins- D-San Diego $90,250
Sen. Ed Hernandez*– D-Azusa $67,750
Sen. Holly Mitchell*– D-Los Angeles $60,107
Assemblyman Brian Maienschein*– R-San Diego $59,879
Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León- D-Los Angeles $56,648
Sen. Isadore Hall- D-Compton $52,400
Sen. Jerry Hill- D-San Mateo $50,209
Assemblyman Henry Perea- D-Fresno $49,550
Assemblywoman Shirley Weber- D-San Diego $47,000
Assemblyman Mike Gatto- D-Los Angeles $46,491
Assemblywoman Susan A. Bonilla*– D-Concord $45,600
Sen. Andy Vidak- R-Hanford $42,800
Assemblyman Tom Daly- D-Anaheim $40,300
Assemblyman Kevin Mullin- D-South San Francisco $38,400
Assemblyman Adam Gray- D-Merced $37,000
Assemblyman Rob Bonta*– D-Alameda $36,750
Assemblyman Anthony Rendon- D-Lakewood $36,200
Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez*– D-Los Angeles $33,850
Assemblyman Richard Gordon- D-Menlo Park $33,100
*Member of the Assembly or Senate health committees

This information came from the Sacramento Bee.

Pharmaceutical companies and their trade groups gave more than $2 million to current members of the Legislature in 2013-2014, about 2 percent of the total raised, records show. Nine of the top 20 recipients are either legislative leaders or serve on either the Assembly or Senate health committees. Receiving more than $95,000, the top recipient of industry campaign cash is Sen. Richard Pan, a Sacramento Democrat and doctor who is carrying the vaccine bill.

In addition, the industry donated more than $500,000 to outside campaign spending groups that helped elect some current members last year.

Pharmaceutical companies also spent nearly $3 million more during the 2013-2014 legislative session lobbying the Legislature, the governor, the state pharmacists’ board and other agencies, according to state filings. (Source.)

Dr. Richard Pan’s Ties to Big Pharma

Dr. Richard Pan is the author of bill SB277, and as a State Senator he has already used his powerful influence to get the bill passed by the California State Senate. The California State House is expected to vote on the bill next week.

Who is Dr. Pan?

He is an “industry insider” when it comes to the medical industry. He is a teaching faculty member at UC Davis Children’s Hospital, and has served in many organizations that set medical policy and determine medical funding, such as the American Medical Association, the United Way, Sacramento First 5 Commission, Healthy Kids Healthy Future, Sacramento Health Improvement Project, and others. (Source.)

Dr. Pan has flip-flopped on the issue of vaccines and parental choice since becoming a State Senator. He was previously a member of the House where he introduced another bill regarding vaccines, AB2109, which requires parents seeking an exemption to get a doctor’s approval first. During debate of AB2109 back in 2012, he was on record as stating that a parent should have a right to choose to refuse vaccines for their children.

However, seizing on the recent Disney measles hysteria earlier in 2015, he now states it is a matter of “public health” and that parents should be denied that right. Here is a short video clip showing his change in positions:

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