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L-R: Mari I. Gangadean, Michelle N. Michael, and Ronda K. O'donnell of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin. Courtesy photos L-R: Mari I. Gangadean, Michelle N. Michael, and Ronda K. O’donnell of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin. Courtesy photos

During the recent vice presidential debate, Sen. Kamala Harris made it abundantly clear that she will only follow instructions from health experts on whether to take a coronavirus vaccine, not President Donald Trump. That is not surprising given the current political climate. Might her response be different, however, if her employer mandated that she receive a coronavirus vaccine in order to continue working at her job?

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