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A Bill To Eliminate Religious Exemptions Languished For Years In New York, But Measles Outbreak May Jolt Hesitant Lawmakers

08:48 EDT 2 May 2019 | Kaiser Health News

Despite Democrats having a stronghold on the New York Legislature, there seems to have been little appetite to take up legislation that would eliminate religious exemptions. As the current measles outbreak continues to spiral out of control, however, some minds are changing. In other news on the measles outbreak: vaccination production, a quarantined cruise ship, movie theater exposure, and more.

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