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It has everything to do with the discussion at hand. Try following a conversation, rather than just agreeing with the right wingers, for a change.
Nope. You bringing up other topics and inserting them into your post doesn’t make it staying in topic. It means you knew your post wasn’t strong enough without adding unrelated stuff.
 

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This is getting pretty close to the government mandating vaccinations.

Is there any surprise Cali is leading the way? The "leaders" in Oregon are gonna one up this for sure.
 

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This is getting pretty close to the government mandating vaccinations.

It's getting even closer to a recall election.
 

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9.3% pop
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0.2% pop
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0.3% pop
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9.7% pop
48,815
0.2% pop
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9.7% pop
33,780
0.2% pop
1.6%5,711-19.06%13264,599
0.3% pop
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New York #41,918,437
9.9% pop
50,751
0.3% pop
2.6%7,230-15.15%114227,768
1.2% pop
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Illinois #51,261,577
10% pop
23,673
0.2% pop
1.9%1,805-20.1%4168,094
0.5% pop
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Georgia #61,066,671
10% pop
19,238
0.2% pop
1.8%2,920-13.94%7918,827
0.2% pop
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Pennsylvania #71,052,450
8.2% pop
25,217
0.2% pop
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Ohio #81,028,800
8.8% pop
18,741
0.2% pop
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New Jersey #9933,736
10.5% pop
24,700
0.3% pop
2.6%3,228-5.14%582,519
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North Carolina #10923,430
8.8% pop
12,189
0.1% pop
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0.2% pop
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Arizona #11845,480
11.6% pop
16,996
0.2% pop
2%1,364-42.62%7045,110
0.6% pop
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Tennessee #12818,008
12% pop
11,967
0.2% pop
1.5%1,412-22.93%408,082
0.1% pop
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Michigan #13786,123
7.9% pop
17,343
0.2% pop
2.2%1,326+12.2%2418,616
0.2% pop
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Indiana #14692,240
10.3% pop
13,084
0.2% pop
1.9%898-31.45%3229,427
0.4% pop
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Massachusetts #15648,023
9.3% pop
17,337
0.2% pop
2.7%1,703-13.9%4296,578
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Josh Allen says the "c" words...uh oh!(Constitution,choice)
i like him even more now.


Bills’ Josh Allen debating whether to get Covid vaccine​

Updated Apr 07, 2021; Posted Apr 07, 2021
Buffalo Bills at Arizona Cardinals, Nov. 15, 2020

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) makes a call against the Arizona Cardinals during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2020, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)AP
By Matt Parrino | mparrino@nyup.com
Josh Allen went on Kyle Brandt’s podcast “10 Questions” this week and the Buffalo Bills quarterback was asked about a number of different topics.

One topic that came up was the Covid-19 pandemic and whether Allen has been or plans to get vaccinated now that age restrictions are being loosened across the country.

Allen, 24, has not been vaccinated yet and said he’s still debating whether he wants to at all.


“I’m still debating that. I’m a big statistics and logical guy,” Allen said. “So if statistics show it’s the right thing for me to do, I’d do it. Again I’d lean the other way too if that’s what it said. I haven’t been paying attention to it as much as maybe I should have. I’ve just been doing my thing and masking up when I’m going out and just staying close and hanging around family.”





While the league supports the vaccination process, they aren’t planning to mandate that players get vaccinated before reporting for training camp in July. NFL Chief Medical Officer Allen Sills said recently that players who do get vaccinated will have certain privileges and some restrictions will be lifted inside facilities that non-vaccinated players will still have to adhere to.


Allen went on to say that he thinks every player should be able to make the decision for himself.


“I think everybody should have that choice to do it or not to do it,” Allen said. “You get in this tricky situation now where if you do mandate that that’s kind of going against what our constitution says and the freedom to kind of express yourself one way or the other. I think we’re in a time where that’s getting a lot harder to do. Everybody should have that choice.”


The offseason schedule still isn’t clear as the league has yet to announce a plan for Organized Team Activities (OTAs) and minicamp. Both of those programs were eliminated last offseason as the world dealt with the early affects of the pandemic. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said late last month that the NFL will use its platform to encourage the public to get vaccinated.


It’s still unclear if fans attending games in 2021 will be required to get vaccination first.


As for Allen, he made it clear he supports a person’s choice to do it.


“Whether you think you should do it or you shouldn’t do it, it’s your own beliefs,” Allen said. “If you want to do to it to protect you and your family, do it by all means. If you’re on the other side of the spectrum too, I think you should have that choice as well.”
 
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