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A Florida man says his kidney dialysis center is violating his freedom of speech because it won’t let him bring a life-size cardboard cutout of President Trump with him for emotional support. Nelson Gibson says the cardboard Trump helps him feel “comfortable” during 3.5-hour dialysis treatments, but that the medical staff told him “it wasn’t a rally” and that the cutout was too large. Gibson says that’s discrimination.
Idaho is seeing an influx of “vaccine refugees” from California, which now requires virtually all schoolchildren to be immunized. Idaho lets parents exempt their children from vaccinations purely on the basis of “personal belief.” One refugee, Lou Munilla, told Idaho lawmakers he moved to the state because “I don’t care about the herd, I care about my family.”