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Retired Michigan State Police Trooper Maurice Burton, right, tells St. Joseph resident Luke Andresen that he is not allowed to enter the building for a Benton Harbor school board meeting on Sept. 14 unless he puts on a face mask. Burton now works for Benton Harbor Area Schools.

Michiganders support the government requiring students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as federal regulators approve inoculation for all age groups, according to the findings of a new poll commissioned by the Detroit Regional Chamber.

A majority also believe the state, local government officials or school districts should make decisions on masking in schools, as opposed to parents. However, most parents with school-aged children who were surveyed – more than a third of those polled – opposed any vaccination mandate for students.

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[lol] Who was polled!

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