Kansas Governor to Sign Bill That Makes Businesses Allow Broad Exemptions to COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements-US News | The Epoch Times

The Democrat governor of Kansas intends to sign a bill that will force businesses that require COVID-19 vaccination to give broad exceptions to workers who don’t want a jab. Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly said in a one-sentence statement late Monday that she will sign the bill “when it reaches my desk.” Derek Schmidt, the Republican attorney general for the state, also said he would sign it if he were governor. The Republican-controlled state House of Representatives and state Senate passed House Bill 2001 earlier in the day during a special session. The Senate vote was 24–11 and the House vote was 78–41. The legislation (pdf) says that any employer who imposes a COVID-19 vaccine requirement must exempt a worker if the worker submits a written waiver request stating that complying with the requirement would endanger the life or health of them or somebody they live with or violate a sincerely …

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