If you live in Colorado and have children this next story may send a chill up your spine or tabasco sauce up your leg? A fight has erupted over a decision by bureaucrats in Colorado to go, according to critics, well beyond what the law allows and threaten parents of homeschoolers seeking exemptions from state vaccinations requirements for their children.

There was a plan before the legislature earlier this year that would have demanded homeschool parents sign forms stating things like, “My child/I may be at increased risk of developing …” and “Failure to follow the advice of a physician … who has recommended vaccines may endanger my child’s/my health or life and others who come into contact with my child/me.” Officials with the Home School Legal Defense Association said they helped defeat the “attempts to invade families’ privacy.” CONTINUE