Dorit Reiss

law professor at UC Hastings

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Professor at Hastings Law School, studying vaccines and the law

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Private businesses can require employees and customers to be vaccinated, according to law professor Dorit Reiss.

Can schools and businesses require COVID-19 vaccinations?

Private businesses can require employees and customers to be vaccinated, according to law professor Dorit Reiss.

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Some parents are so upset about California’s new mandatory vaccine law, they’ve filed a lawsuit to try to stop it.

Ruling expected next week in suit to stop California’s tough vaccination law

Some parents are so upset about California’s new mandatory vaccine law, they’ve filed a lawsuit to try to stop it.

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The anti-vaccination movement may be small in number, but it has enough angry people to pack hearing rooms in Sacramento, where  Senate Bill 277  is under consideration.

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The anti-vaccination movement may be small in number, but it has enough angry people to pack hearing rooms in Sacramento, where Senate Bill 277 is under consideration.

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