Religious Exemptions

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Less than a week after Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed a new law removing religious exemptions for vaccinations — the state is facing a federal lawsuit.

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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed a law to remove religious exemptions to school vaccinations after a contentious debate on Tuesday. One lawmaker says some of what he saw at a protest this week concerned him.

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Connecticut health officials say a second child in Fairfield County has come down with the measles. They say the child had contact with the first child, and did not attend school while infectious.

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The Connecticut House of Representatives has passed a bill that would eliminate religious exemptions from state immunization requirements for school children.