Republican Attorney General Derek Schmidt is accusing the University of Kansas and Kansas State University of violating a new state law that allows workers to get an unquestioned religious exemption from a new federal vaccine mandate.
In a letter sent to the Kansas Board of Regents on Nov. 24, Schmidt accused KU and K-State of using "intrusive written application materials when evaluating an employee’s request for exemption from a COVID-19 vaccine mandate."
The state law bars employers from asking questions to determine the . . .
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