No ‘vaccine discrimination’ in Montana | Courthouse News Service
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No ‘vaccine discrimination’ in Montana

MISSOULA, Mont. — A federal judge in Montana permanently enjoined portions of a state law barring health care employers from mandating vaccines or requiring employees to share their vaccines status. The public interest in protecting patients from vaccine-preventable diseases in health care settings is legitimate, and “vaccine discrimination” sections of the law are preempted by federal law.

Read the ruling here.

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