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Arkansas Supreme Court rejects wrongful termination claim over vaccination policy
The Supreme Court of Arkansas (the "Court") recently affirmed a lower court's dismissal of a discrimination complaint filed against a hospital by a former employee who was terminated for failing to comply with the hospital's influenza vaccination policy. The terminated employee, Ann Jenkins, sued Mercy Hospital Rogers, a Catholic Church–affiliated medical facility, alleging fraud, wrongful termination, and violation of the Arkansas Civil Rights Act (ACRA).
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