“With its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) in the Federal Register on Aug. 15, 2016,
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has moved to dramatically expand the power of the U.S. government over the lives of the American people.”
~ National Vaccine Information Center, September 27, 2016.

The CDC put out a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for Control of Communicable Disease (Docket #: CDC 2016 0068) with comments due by midnight EDT, October 14, 2016.  A Voice for Choice Advocacy strongly opposes the CDC’s proposed rules and seeks for the CDC to withdraw the NPRM for Control of Communicable Disease.  The NPRM attempts to increase police power over citizens in time of public health emergencies. Through the extensive laws currently in place the CDC already has broad rulemaking authority to prevent the introduction, transmission, and spread of communicable diseases in interstate and foreign countries into the U.S., and its broad powers to apprehend persons moving across interstate borders and entering the U.S. from international locations regarding a certain and specific number of communicable diseases.  Therefore these proposed rules would be an overreaching and dangerous threat to personal liberties and the health of the people of the USA.

CDC Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Control of Communicable Disease (Docket #: CDC 2016 0068) can be found by clicking here.  A pdf of the full 88 pages of the Notice can be found by clicking here.  National Health Freedom Action’s Response to the CDC’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for Control of Communicable Disease, written by Diane Miller, JD, which outlines the NPRM in great detail can be found by clicking here.  Because it is so extensive and so long A Voice for Choice Advocacy is sharing the extracted sections that affect health freedoms, including forced vaccination, with comments which can be found by clicking here.  These can be used by individuals when giving comment directly to the CDC on this NPRM.
Related articles and comments by organizations and individuals can be found by clicking here.


  1. Submit your public comment by midnight EDT, October 14, 2016, by clicking here.  A Voice For Choice Advocacy recommends drafting comments in a word document and then cutting and pasting when submitting online as there is a limited amount to time to comment before the session times out.  You can use the sections and comments found by clicking here to support your comments.
    The CDC has clear instructions for the comments to be taken into consideration so be sure to follow them:
    – Identify you are referring to Docket No. CDC-2016-0068
    – Be specific and reference particular sections.
    – Provide supporting documents and data.
    – Do not include any information in your comment or supporting materials that you consider confidential or inappropriate for public disclosure. Our comments can make a difference.  HHS/CDC state they will carefully consider and address all comments submitted and may revise the content of the rule as appropriate at the final rulemaking stage. HHS/CDC will publish a final rule after the comment period that reflects any content changes made as a result of comments received.
  2. Call to request an extension on the comment period. Call (404) 498 1600.  Let the operator know that you are calling to request an extension on docket number, CDC 2016 0068.  You will be transferred to the CDC Info line.  Again state you are requesting an extension on docket number, CDC 2016 0068.  You will need to give your name, email, and phone number (do not make that stop you – be brave).  On your behalf the representative should create an “Escalation Request” that will be forwarded to a “Subject Matter Expert”. That person will forward to “The Program” and the “The Program” will contact you within NO timeframe, the order in which received for which you MUST explain that “Time is Of the Essence”.
  3. Call and email YOUR Congress member (find contact info at http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/) and ask them to stop the CDC’s proposal from being enacted. Then ask YOUR Congress member to request THEY contact the Energy and Commerce Committee Members (https://energycommerce.house.gov/about-ec/energy-commerce-committee-members) on your behalf, because the Energy and Commerce Committee is CDC’s Oversight Committee. Find a sample letter, written by NVIC, to your legislators by clicking here.
    Congress, through the Congressional Review Act (CRA) (5 U.S.C. Chapter 8), may review and choose to reject new regulations issued by Federal agencies. The CRA requires Federal agencies to submit all new final rules to both the House and Senate. After submission, Congress may begin a process to reconsider and vote to overturn the rule.  Most legislators are probably not even aware of the proposed regulation.
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