"If we're not given the choice to make our own health care decisions, then what are we given the choice to do," asked parent England Davis.
Davis tells ABC Action News, she is ready to uproot her daughter from school if she's forced to get vaccinated for HPV.
"If that legislation passes, I won't be able to keep her in public school," said Davis. "I will not, I refuse, I will home school her out."
Public school students in Florida are already required to get vaccinations for tetanus, mumps, and other communicable diseases.
"HPV causes six different types of cancer in both men and women," said Dr. Anna Giuliano, a cancer epidemiologist with Moffitt Cancer Center Tampa. "The vaccine is very safe, the benefits far outweigh any of the side effects."