Fla. lawmakers push back against federal vaccine mandate


A new Florida law could lead to fines of as much as $50,000 for restaurants and other private-sector employers that terminate employees who fail to comply with the pending federal vaccine mandate. The law bars companies from requiring employees to have COVID-19 vaccines unless they also offer an expanded array of exemptions, including for employees who choose to wear face masks and other protective gear instead of getting vaccinated.

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