Supreme Court Rejects Appeal of Workplace COVID Vaccine Mandate Ruling

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Published on November 14, 2023 - Duration: 01:31s

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal of Workplace COVID Vaccine Mandate Ruling

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On November 14, the United States Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal around worker rights and COVID-19 vaccine requirements.

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'Newsweek' reports that the decision, which came without any further explanation, comes as a blow to vaccine skeptics.

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'Newsweek' reports that the decision, which came without any further explanation, comes as a blow to vaccine skeptics.

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The case against the state of New Jersey revolved around four nurses in New Jersey who filed a lawsuit over the state's vaccine requirements.

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The Supreme Court's decision allows the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruling to stand.

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The lower court found that the state's vaccine mandate did not violate the Constitutional rights of the nurses, who had cited religious freedom and health concerns.

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We are disappointed the Supreme Court did not take up this issue now, but hope that it will take up this question soon, whether in this case after final judgment or another case.

, Dana Wefer, Lawyer for the four nurses who filed the lawsuit, via Newsweek.

We need our highest Court to provide guidance on this important question of liberty before another pandemic and another emergency vaccine.

, Dana Wefer, Lawyer for the four nurses who filed the lawsuit, via Newsweek.

'Newsweek' reports that the decision comes amid ongoing debate regarding the effectiveness of COVID vaccines and requirements for workers to be inoculated.

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'Newsweek' reports that the decision comes amid ongoing debate regarding the effectiveness of COVID vaccines and requirements for workers to be inoculated.

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EO 283 violates the liberty and privacy rights protected by the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, including the right to refuse medical procedures and the right to not be medically surveilled by government actors, Nurses lawsuit against the state of New Jersey, via Newsweek.

EO 283 violates the liberty and privacy rights protected by the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, including the right to refuse medical procedures and the right to not be medically surveilled by government actors, Nurses lawsuit against the state of New Jersey, via Newsweek.

One of the nurses, who was pregnant at the time, was informed that her concerns were "not a legitimate reason to wait to receive her booster" by her employer


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