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NYCLU Demands Withdrawal of H1N1Vaccination Mandate

Today's New York Times reports on the ongoing controversy over forcing nurses to submit to H1N1 vaccination:

The New York Civil Liberties Union demanded on Tuesday that the state health commissioner withdraw a new regulation requiring hundreds of thousands of health care workers to get both seasonal and swine flu vaccinations.

In testimony before several State Assembly committees in Lower Manhattan, Donna Lieberman, executive director of the civil liberties union, said that the requirement violated the constitutional right of health care workers to control their bodies and their medical treatment.

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