Should parents who choose not to vaccinate their kids be held responsible for an outbreak?

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MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall , 1/29/15, 11:11 AM ET

Measles spreads to 95 cases in 8 in states

There’s been a lot of criticism aimed at parents who refuse to vaccinate their children since the outbreak began. Should those parents be sued? Professor of Bioethics and Public Health Dr. Nancy Kass and Health Care Attorney Nick Diamond weigh in.

After the measles outbreak in Disneyland, questions have risen over who should claim responsibility.

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MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall , 1/29/15, 11:53 AM ET

Gut Check: Measles outbreak

Should parents who choose note to vaccinate their kids be held responsible if they’ve contributed to an outbreak? It’s our #NewsNation gut check.

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Should parents who choose not to vaccinate their kids be held responsible for an outbreak?

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