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Clackamas County Commissioner Compares Vaccine Passports To Jim Crow Laws

(Oregon City, OR)  --  The Clackamas County Board of Commissioners is removing all assignments from Commissioner Mark Shull after he proposed a resolution that compared vaccine passports to Jim Crow laws.  Board Chair Tootie Smith said Shull's proposal was abhorrent and irresponsible.  Shull said he wanted the proposal to spark discussion about vaccine passports, and he didn't intend it to be racially offensive.  Smith proposed removing Hull's liaison duties, and the rest of the board members agreed.

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