Editorials from around Pennsylvania:
PENNSYLVANIA SHOULD UPDATE CHILDHOOD IMMUNIZATIONS, END 'PHILOSOPHICAL' EXEMPTION, Nov. 8
Pennsylvania health and education officials are moving to close a window that allows young children to attend school for up to eight months before getting all their required immunizations.
That's a welcome step toward keeping kids healthy.
Pennsylvania's rate of childhood immunization has dropped in recent years. At 87 percent, it's well below the 95 percent that health officials consider the minimum to prevent widespread contagion — such as the measles outbreak in Disneyland last year that quickly traveled beyond...