State Rep. Mike Zalewski explains why he introduced the ‘Shot and a Beer’ bill: ‘I feel like we are at a place in the vaccination conversation where we need to get passed hesitancy’

Anna Davlantes

WASHINGTON, DC – MAY 06: Newly vaccinated people enjoy a free beer after getting their coronavirus shots during a walk-up clinic at the Kennedy Center’s outdoor Reach area on May 06, 2021 in Washington, DC. Hosted by the District of Columbia Health Department, the event also provided newly vaccinated people with a free beer courtesy of Solace Brewing Co. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

State Representative Mike Zalewski joins Anna to talk about his “Shot and a Beer” bill he introduced that he hopes will encourage young adults to get vaccinated.

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