Senate sends Evers bill to ban discrimination over COVID-19 vaccines

The Senate voted Tuesday to ban discriminating against someone over whether they’ve received the COVID-19 vaccine and to allow parents to opt out their kids if schools implement a mask requirement.
AB 316 would ban the state and local governments from discriminating against someone based on whether they have received the COVID-19 vaccine or can show proof that they have. It passed on a voice vote.
Meanwhile, AB 912 would ban guvs from declaring some businesses non-essential.
During his stay-at-home orders, Gov. Tony Evers proclaimed some businesses essential, which allowed them to stay open wh...

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