In early November, OSHA announced a vaccine-or-test mandate for companies with at least 100 employees. The rule, which would have impacted more than 80 million U.S. workers, was originally set to go into effect on Jan. 4.
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The New York State Education Department is telling schools to continue to require masks despite a judge’s ruling overturning the state's mask mandate.
A month after the VTA Guadalupe light rail yard shooting, the San Jose City Council unanimously voted in favor of drafting the ordinance.
Under the proposed “don’t ask” bill, just asking if someone is vaccinated could be considered a misdemeanor crime.
The court said it will take up lawsuits claiming that Harvard, a private institution, and the University of North Carolina, a state school, discriminate against Asian American applicants.
The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the archives could turn over the documents, which include presidential diaries, visitor logs, speech drafts and handwritten notes dealing with Jan. 6 from the files of former chief of staff Mark Meadows.
Judge Jeffrey Brown, who was appointed to the District Court for the Southern District of Texas by then-President Donald Trump, ruled that opponents of Biden’s vaccination mandate for federal employees were likely to succeed at trial and blocked the government from enforcing the requirement.
The six professors had sued the school, claiming it infringed upon their First Amendment rights by requiring them to get approval before serving as witnesses in outside cases.
Advocates argued that California already allows those 12 and up to consent to the Hepatitis B and Human Papillomavirus vaccines, and to treatment for sexually transmitted infections, substance abuse and mental health disorders.