Mark Landes spoke with Brandon “Boxer” Nasby from WTVN 610AM radio to discuss recent Ohio proposed legislation around COVID-19 vaccination mandates and vaccination passports. Both H.B. 253 and H.B. 248 are in the Ohio House Health Committee with much controversy, in particular, surrounding the broad scope of H.B. 248 and its proposed impact on other vaccinations. Hear the interview here.
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