Kansas has already had the debate over masks.
Now, it's about to have a debate over vaccines and how far employers should go to protect their workforce and the customers they serve.
Later this week, the Senate Commerce Committee will consider a bill that would bar employers from punishing employees if they don't get vaccinated.
The bill would allow a court to award an employee actual damages or $1,000, whichever is greater, if the law is violated.
The bill was introduced by Republican state . . .