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Jan 7, 2022

The Republican party continues to push natural immunity as a vaccine alternative. The Damage Report host John Iadarola is joined by the host of Happy Half Hour, Brett Erlich, to break down Friday's top stories.
Co-Host: Brett Erlich
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Read more here: https://www.newsweek.com/indiana-gop-lawmakers-pushing-bill-natural-immunity-covid-vaccine-exemption-1666570
"Republican Indiana lawmakers want natural immunity to COVID-19 from a previous infection to exempt certain residents from workplace vaccination requirements. The Indiana House, which is dominated by GOP lawmakers, may be able to debate approving the measures as soon as next week after a committee endorsed the bill in a 7-4 vote Thursday.
The contentious proposal has drawn criticism from Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb and GOP Senate leaders who have said that it hinders the ability of private businesses to make decisions. The idea of using natural immunity instead of vaccines as protection against contracting and transmitting the virus has also been called into question by medical studies."
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