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At that meeting, a council member pushed back against the proposed resolution to enforce the vaccine for city employees, thinking it was too soon to make a decision. "Besides, I think it's a little too early to make a resolution like this," that council member said. However, the resolution passed, by a vote of 5 to 3. One of the members that voted against the resolution was Alderperson Steve Hass. In a statement to News go to this website 9, he says, "My reason for my vote was the fear of state and federal funding being cut for non compliance." Johnson tells News 9 outright, there's nothing that says cities would face penalties.  "There are some people that think the state has a mandate and there is no mandate because the Wisconsin legislature has not adopted an OSHA standard for this, and until they do, it cannot be mandated under OSHA," Johnson said. As for what's next, Johnson says what's done is done. "I think that what the council was wanting to do was to make a statement on their feelings on this. I don't believe that there will be a whole lot of additional talk in the community about it. It's just something that's out there," he said. During the meeting, the council did leave the possibility of further discussion, should the circumstances allow.

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WAUSAU, Wis. (WAOW) -- News 9 is digging deeper into why Christopher Anderson, who is the suspect in the murder of Hannah Miller, is not yet in Wisconsin. Bringing any criminal across state lines a process called extradition. Despite DuPage County, Illinois being only a half-day's drive, the process of actually bringing Anderson back to the Badger State is a tricky one. Earlier this week, Anderson again went before a judge in Illinois to be extradited to Wisconsin, but his hearing was a delayed for the second time. Court documents allege Anderson killed Hannah Miller on June 30th, and he was later found and arrested in DuPage County, Illinois in September. One of Wisconsin's assistant attorneys general, Christine Remington, spoke with News 9, saying once a person is arrested, authorities and judges have to make sure they have the right person. "After that, the [District Attorney] in Wisconsin prepares the paperwork, [and] sends it to our governor's office. The governor's office sends it to DOJ for review and then we send it back to them, the governor's office will send it to Illinois' governor, where they do their own review.

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