The representative told WTAX Radio that he received threats to himself, his family and his synagogue.
State Rep. Jonathan Carroll explains why he is not pursuing his bill that would have required unvaccinated residents to pay for their own COVID-19 care
State Rep. Jonathan Carroll (D-Northbrook) joins Anna to talk about why he decided not to pursue legislation that would require unvaccinated residents to pay their own medical bills if they contract the virus.
State Rep. Jonathan Carroll Withdraws Bill That Would Have Required Willfully Unvaccinated To Pay Own Health Care Expenses If Hospitalized
CHICAGO (CBS) — Illinois state Rep. Jonathan Carroll (D-Northbrook) has decided to withdraw proposed legislation under which those willfully unvaccinated against COVID-19 would have had to pay for their health care expenses out of their own pockets if they’d ended up hospitalized. “Due to the unintended divisive nature of HB4259, I’ve decided not to pursue this legislation. Based on feedback and further reflection, we need to heal as a country and work together on common-sense solutions to put the pandemic behind us,” Carroll said in a statement on Twitter. My Statement on HB4259 pic.twitter.com/nEbyHeXFM0 — Jonathan Carroll (@repjcarroll) December 9, 2021 Carroll also denounced...
State Rep. Jonathan Carroll: ‘It’s a very difficult sell at this point for us to try to ask anyone for the type of money to build a stadium for the Bears’
State Representative Jonathan Carroll (D-Northbrook) joins Anna to talk about the possibility the Chicago Bears relocate to Arlington Heights and what that might mean for the area and for the taxpayers of Illinois if they are asked to foot part of the bill.