Supreme Court justice won’t block college vaccine mandate

"Courtroom Gavel" by Joe Gratz, public domain

WASHINGTON (AP): Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett has refused to block a plan by Indiana University to require students and employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Barrett’s action Thursday comes in response to an emergency request from eight students, and it marks the first time the high court has weighed in on a vaccine mandate. Some corporations, states, and cities have adopted vaccine requirements for workers or even to dine indoors, and others are considering doing so.

College officials across the country have struggled with whether to require vaccinations, with some schools mandating them and others questioning whether they have the legal authority to do so.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Why is WOWO affiliated with AP News….they are always misleading.

    ACB didnt “refuse to block” IU’s mandate, she wouldnt hear the case. There’s a big difference. “Refuse to block” implys a judgement whereas not hearing it doesnt mean anything….they get 8000 cases thrown at them a year.

    But more than likely the Supreme Court wont hear it because of extreme Left-wing Nazi political pressure, just like all major cases they wouldnt hear for the last 2 years

  2. Nobody can force you to give your money to a worthless government school, judge or no judge. Put these schools out of business or you’ll get more of this kind of thing.

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