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Over the weekend a judge threw out a lawsuit by employees of Houston Methodist Hospital after the hospital mandated that they get Covid vaccines. 117 employees joined the failed lawsuit alleging they did not want to be part of the vaccine experiment. Many legal experts agree that employers can mandate vaccinations as conditions of employment. The G-7 summit also agreed this past weekend to give one billion vaccine doses to poorer countries, half of which will be supplied by the U.S. Ginger Gibson, deputy Washington digital editor at NBC News, joins us for this and a preview of President Biden's meeting with Vladimir Putin.
Next, it's becoming a lot more common in the lives of high-profile people and celebrity circles... non-disclosure agreements. Want to party with a celeb or get romantically involved? You might have to sign an NDA, but there are questions of legality and enforcement. Even some of the lawyers that draft up NDA's inform their clients that while they might feel more comfortable having people sign them, not all parts could be enforceable. Many people are confused or regret signing them and it's important to know that these protect the celebrity, not the person signing them. Hallie Lieberman, sex historian and contributor to Buzzfeed News, joins us for more.
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