Because there is conflicting research regarding vaccines (pro and con) I think the decision to vaccinate (or not) should be voluntary - the link below (#1) is a re-blog/re-post of an article and it makes the case against coercive vaccination policies not from a clinical standpoint, but from a personal freedom/autonomy standpoint. Interestingly enough, the writer of this piece confesses that he is pro-vaccination and wishes all would get vaccinated!
The second link is from 1997 - testimony of Barbara Loe Fisher before the National Vaccine Advisory Committee in which she raises important points that are still relevant - about informed consent and ethics and the Nuremburg Code, among others ...
The third link is to a post from a cardiologist who argues for greater freedom in vaccine decision making ... I don't agree with all of his points, especially how he ends his piece, but he makes relevant points throughout - and he is likewise, overall pro-vaccine in spite of his case that there could be far more freedom in a person's decision to accept, or decline vaccines.