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Legislators vote on Health Care Right of Conscience Act fuels legal and political debate over COVID-19 vaccine mandates

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However, DePaul University law professor Alice Setrini said federal laws such as the ADA or Title VII of the Civil Rights Act could also help employers deal with workers balking at a vaccine order. For instance, if an employee, citing a religious exemption, goes to federal court for their refusal to get vaccinated, the employer could be allowed under the law to require the worker to get tested or wear a mask.

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