State Rep. Jonathan Carroll explains why he is not pursuing his bill that would have required unvaccinated residents to pay for their own COVID-19 care

Anna Davlantes

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – OCTOBER 25: Chicago police officers along with other city workers and their supporters protest at city hall the mayor’s vaccination policy for city employees on October 25, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. The city has started to place police officers on unpaid leave for refusing to comply with the city’s requirements that they report their COVID-19 vaccination status. As of last week, only about 65 percent of the city’s police have complied with the order. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

State Rep. Jonathan Carroll (D-Northbrook) joins Anna to talk about why he decided not to pursue legislation that would require unvaccinated residents to pay their own medical bills if they contract the virus.

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