Connecticut Gov. signs bill ending religious vaccine exemptions

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A bill eliminating school vaccine religious exemptions in Connecticut has been signed into law. It will go into effect Sept. 2022.

Also on Wednesday, the CT Freedom Alliance and We the Patriots, opponents of the bill, say they are filing lawsuits, one in federal court and the other at the state Supreme Court.

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More than 7,000 students across the state currently have religious exemptions, according to state data.


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