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The new bill also bans discrimination against unvaccinated people

Ohio state legislators approved a bill prohibiting public schools and universities from requiring Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccinations for students and staff members. House Bill 244, which the Ohio General Assembly approved on June 28, banned mandatory vaccination with COVID-19 vaccines that are not fully approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). All COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S. have only been granted emergency use authorization as of writing.

The bill passed along party lines in both the upper and lower chambers of the Ohio legislature, with Republicans for and Democrats against the bill. Lawmakers in the state Senate voted 24-8 in favor of the bill, while those in the stateHouse of Representatives voted 61-34.


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