Cleveland State University Squeezes in Vaccine Mandate Before New State Law Takes Effect | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Cleveland State University Squeezes in Vaccine Mandate Before New State Law Takes Effect

By Leana Dippie

Cleveland State University is requiring students living on campus to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, an order that appears to contradict Governor Mike DeWine’s signing House Bill 244 on July 14, which prohibits that type of mandate.

Though the new law prohibits Ohio’s public universities from mandating student COVID-19 vaccinations prior to the Food and Drug Administration’s full approval of the vaccine, it does not go into effect until October 12...

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