[In contrast], two years ago, the Georgia Supreme Court allowed a family to pursue a lawsuit claiming their son suffered a severe disability after receiving several vaccines . . .
The White House is siding with vaccine makers in the Georgia case [arguing] in a brief [by the Solicitor General] that the [decision of the] Georgia court . . . could impede vaccine development and production . . . [Similarly, in the Pennsylvania case, Wyeth has argued tha] the supply of childhood vaccines could be threatened by increased litigation if the Supreme Court decides in favor of the family.]