Senator Patrick Colbeck ’ s embrace of pseudoscience goes farther than I thought

My state senator, Patrick Colbeck, has repeatedly sided with antivaxers in promoting legislation that would make it easier to get personal belief exemptions to school vaccine mandates. Now I find out that he's an "electromagnetic hypersensitivity" crank as well. And he's running for governor. The post Senator Patrick Colbeck’s embrace of pseudoscience goes farther than I thought appeared first on RESPECTFUL INSOLENCE.
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