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A few Massachusetts State Police officers quit as 168 new recruits join the force

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Three State Police officers have resigned rather than buck the governor's vaccine mandate as the agency reports a new class of recruit graduates today just in time.
The agency did not respond to a Herald request for a tally of others who may have quit - in what is labeled as an “ordinary discharge” - as the vaccine mandate rolled out this week.
Sgt. Michael Cherven, president of the State Police Association of Massachusetts, said earlier this week that nearly 300 troopers had yet to get the vax. He said labor organizations are asking for masking and testing for unvaccinated members who...
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