Dorit Reiss

Hastings Law School

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Professor at Hastings Law School, studying vaccines and the law

Dorit Reiss on KCRW

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.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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.

Public Health and Public Outrage

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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Long Beach is already vaccinating residents ages 65 and older. Grocery store workers are making appointments, and educators start getting vaccinated next week.

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“We used to work long hours and six days a week. Now we only work three. There aren’t any customers either, because the customers are the same as us.

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The drive to force a vote on removing Gavin Newsom from office is picking up steam, spurred on by anger over coronavirus restrictions and other conservative grievances.

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LA County became the first in the nation to hit 1 million coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic.

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Dodger Stadium reopened today as a coronavirus vaccine site, with the capacity to vaccinate up to 12,000 people a day.

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COVID-19 mutations have emerged in the UK, South Africa, Brazil and California.

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On President Joe Biden’s first day in office, he sent a comprehensive immigration bill to Congress that would put the U.S.’

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Today the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump for inciting an insurrection against the federal government. Ten Republicans broke party ranks to vote in favor.

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