A shocking 49 measles cases have been reported in California to date in 2014, up from only four at this same time last year. The outbreak is reigniting public health concerns over the anti-vaccination movement; while releasing its data at the end of March, the California Department of Public Health urged residents to consider the startling outbreakâ€™s implications. This is one of the few areas where the govt cannot interfere with parent rights strongly enough: since we can't force parents to vaccinate, we should isolate the kids and parents: no vaccination, no public schools. no access to public facilities (eg. mass transit); no proof of vaccinations, no dependent or head of household tax deductions. if the kids die from measles or measles-related illnesses, manslaughter charges doctors willing to treat without vaccinating. This disease was all but exterminated: kids are not supposed to be catching this disease in the US anymore.