(Updated to correct that employees collect unemployment for being fired not quitting)
The Kansas Legislature raced through its historic special session Monday to pass a bill fighting back against the Biden administration's vaccine mandates for the nation's labor force.
It took lawmakers roughly 13 hours at the start of Thanksgiving week to pass a bill that will fine businesses that refuse to waive federal vaccine mandates for religious or medical reasons.
The bill also allows Kansans to collect unemployment if they're fired for refusing . . .
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