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Marion County students miss first days of class over immunization issues

By on August 22nd, 2012

Marion County students showed up for their first day of school earlier this week ready to start a new year, but some weren’t allowed into their classrooms. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Lauren Rautenkranz reports on the concern of students without proof of immunization.

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