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Ohio bill would protect people who refuse to get a vaccine from discrimination

WLWT Digital Staff

A new bill introduced this week in Ohio would protect people who choose not to get vaccinated from discrimination.

State Rep. Jennifer Gross (R-West Chester) introduced House Bill 248, or the Vaccine Choice & Anti-Discrimination Act. Under the legislation, those who decline any vaccine will still be able to function and operate in the state just as those who have been given a vaccine. It would also prevent all entities in the state of Ohio from discriminatory treatment of citizens based on their vaccination status.

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