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The battle over vaccine mandates can be especially fraught at public places and large events. In New Mexico, 4-H and similar organizations boycotted the state fair over a vaccine requirement and held their own livestock expo.
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Return of the Feast of San Gennaro is significant for aging residents and business owners who are struggling to hold on to the historic neighborhood.
Repeatedly, GOP lawmakers have struggled to explain why this vaccine can't be mandated when others are. The upshot: They might just roll back those other ones, too.
Confusion over boosters, which has been brewing for months, heightened over the past week as government regulators and advisers met to hash out the pros and cons of doling out third doses — and came up with different recommendations.
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