In 2003, about 2,000 children in Texas opted out of required vaccinations for non-medical reasons. Today, that number has risen to almost 45,000.
As groups of legislators and tourists wound through the Capitol building, and a group of vaccine advocates from across the state gathered to talk strategy.
In discussions around any important movement affecting society, words matter.
Disclosure: This author is the San Antonio Program Director for The Immunization Partnership.
Most kids have warts at some point in their lives, usually on their hands or feet.