Holcomb not fully supporting lawmakers’ vaccine legislation

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb (R)

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – Indiana’s governor isn’t fully supporting the plan to stop vaccine requirements in the state.

Republican lawmakers are ready to vote on legislation that would stop companies and universities from requiring people to get their coronavirus shots. It’s expected to be part of a package that lawmakers pass at the end of the month.

Governor Holcomb yesterday said he will follow up with legislative leaders to make sure their plan sends the right message about vaccinations. Republicans at the statehouse are also poised to roll back the governor’s coronavirus emergency order.

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