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Gov. Tom Wolf has indicated he will veto the bill.

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Wednesday voted 112-89 to pass a bill that would limit the power of the secretary of health, bar vaccine passports and limit which entities would be able to require vaccines.

Those limits would include barring colleges from requiring vaccination, even as many colleges have already announced plans for requiring vaccines.

The bill also passed the Senate, but was amended in the House. The Senate could vote on whether to concur on the House changes as soon as Thursday, said Erica Clayton Wright, a spokeswoman for Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward, R-Westmoreland.

Gov. Tom Wolf has indicated he will veto the bill.

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