Rep. Jonathan Carroll proposed that COVID-related care shouldn’t be covered for those who are not vaccinated

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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – NOVEMBER 12: A student receives a COVID-19 vaccine at Michele Clark High School on November 12, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. The city of Chicago closed all public schools today, declaring the day Vaccination Awareness Day, with the hope of getting as many students as possible vaccinated against COVID-19. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Rep. Jonathan Carroll (57th) joins John Williams to explain why he proposed a law that would revoke health insurance of the unvaccinated if they contract the virus.

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