The June 1 Pittsburgh CBS TV network article was succinct and to the point:
A Pennsylvania state senator is now sponsoring a bill to allow kids ages 14 and older to get vaccines if their doctors recommend it, even if their parents don’t.
Indeed, state Sen. Amanda Cappelletti had vowed to do as much in a May 4 statement (bold added throughout this article):
"I will be introducing legislation to allow people age 14 or over to consent to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended immunizations as long as that consent is voluntary. "Parents or guardians will not be able to override a minor's consent for vaccination if the minor is age 14 or over."