Barring an active epidemic, a person should be allowed to refuse vaccination for themselves and those they are responsible for and to not be punished by society.
Regardless of a persons reasons for not wanting vaccination, the actual risk to those around them is not high enough to warrant the forcing of a medical procedure on an individual.
Only actions that have a victim should be considered crime.
First, I agree. Risk is real. It is pervasive. Thousands of people die every year in non-judgement impaired automobile accidents every year. I said this was an irrelevant conclusion because there is no proof that insurance rates would go up, and even if they did, that doesn't apply to this argument.
Capitol Punishment is wrong.
Not all punishment is, or should be, used as a deterrent. Punishment must be a punishment for a wrong committed. Some wrongs are so heinous that the only punishment can be death.