New York bans religious vaccination exemptions as city responds to measles outbreak
Friday, 14 June 2019
As New York faces the worst measles outbreak in decades, legislators have moved to limit ways parents can opt out of vaccinations by revoking religious exemptions.
You Might Like
Recent related videos from verified sources
Mount Vernon Dysfunction Reaches New Low
Mount Vernon's new police commissioner was arrested for trespassing at his new job just hours after taking the oath of office. CBSN New York's Tony Aiello has the latest on the dysfunction in New..
Credit: CBS 2 New York Duration: 01:53Published
Recent related news from verified sources
Uber and Lyft rides are down in New York City thanks to a minimum wage rule that drove up prices. Analysts say it could have been even worse. (UBER, LYFT)**
· *Uber and Lyft were forced to raise prices in New York this year after the city imposed a minimum wage rule for ride-hailing drivers. *
Did the New York City blackout mean less strain on the climate?From food that got tossed to refrigerators that needed extra power, here are ways the New York City blackout may have impacted the environment
USATODAY.com Also reported by •Reuters •FOX Sports
In Eric Garner case, Justice Department declines civil rights charges against New York City police officerThe U.S. Department of Justice will not bring civil rights charges against the New York City police officer involved in the death of Eric Garner, a person...
New York City can ban ads inside Uber, Lyft vehicles: U.S. appeals courtA federal appeals court on Tuesday said New York City can ban advertising inside vehicles for companies such as Uber and Lyft.
Reuters Also reported by •Seattle Times
Other recent news in Front Page