MSNBC: Federal Judge Upholds Indiana Univ. Vaccine Mandate

‘A federal judge has upheld a vaccine mandate at Indiana University saying the school can decide a vaccine is in the best interest of students and staff’

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JANSING: “A federal judge has upheld a vaccine mandate at Indiana University saying the school can decide a vaccine is in the best interest of students and staff. More than 500 campuses are requiring students to be fully vaccinated before they return in the fall but that does not include Purdue University in Indiana, which is strongly encouraging vaccinations but not mandating them.”

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