DON THOMPSON Associated Press SACRAMENTO (AP) — Opponents on Monday dropped their attempt to block California's new law cracking down on doctors who write fraudulent medical exemptions for school children's vaccinations. They had floated two measures that could have put the Jan. 1 law on hold until voters considered overturning it next year, but did not submit more than 600,000 required signatures before Monday's deadline. The three official proponents, Denise Aguilar, Heidi Munoz Gleisner and Tara Thornton, said in a statement on behalf of their Freedom Angels Foundation that a "grossly misleading" introduction to the measure "would inevitably make educating the voters to the egregious nature of these laws very difficult." The law will allow state public health officials to investi
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