The argument that compulsory sterilization was justified on the same grounds as compulsory vaccination was common, and eventually won Supreme Court Sanction in Buck vs. Bell.
Source: “Sterilization: A Progressive Measure?” In Wisconsin Magazine of History, Spring of 1960, wisconsin-sterilization-progressives-21585
As Dr. T.W. Williams of Milwaukee wrote, the fate of the present [compulsory sterilization] bill was of no great consequence. The important fact was the increasing education of the laity and medical profession in eugenic principles which insured that sterilization was “destined to become a universal rule of practice, just as vaccination.”
[The Williams quote evidently comes from the Milwaukee Sentinel, May 25, 1907.]