Parents in Washington State will no longer be able to refuse to vaccinate their kids against the measles, based on personal or philosophical objections, under a new measure signed into law Friday. The change follows a measles outbreak in the state, and several others across the country, totaling more than 800 cases nationwide. It's an issue many doctors have been speaking out against and now, some of those doctors have experienced cyber-harassment on physician-rating websites, organized by people against vaccinations.

One of them is Dr. Monique Tello, a primary care physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, who joined Jim Braude to talk about her experience.