Justice Amy Coney Barrett Denies Request To Block Indiana University’s Vaccine Mandate

Justice Amy Coney Barrett declined a request to block Indiana University’s vaccine mandate, signaling that similar policies going into effect amid a Covid-19 surge could pass legal muster. Barrett, who has jurisdiction over the appeals court involved in the case, acted alone without referring the matter to the full court. Barrett’s action marks the first time the justices have been asked to weigh in on the legality of a mandate that private and public entities increasingly believe will combat the spread of Covid-19.

Getting the feeling that with each passing day conservatives are getting more and more disappointed with Donald Trump’s picks for the Supreme Court.

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