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Supreme Court skeptical of Biden’s workplace vaccine rule

Fully vaccinated and mostly masked, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority appeared skeptical Friday of the Biden administration’s authority to impose a vaccine-or-testing requirement on the nation’s large employers. The court seemed more open to a separate vaccine mandate for most health care workers. The arguments in the two cases come at a time of spiking

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Pregnant people aren’t getting COVID vaccine, health providers worry

Giggles fill the room as Ruth Melgar tickles her infant son and gives him kisses. Her 3-year-old son stands by the bed and watches his little brother in amazement. But just a few months ago, with COVID-19 infections surging again, Melgar worried about getting vaccinated while pregnant. Eight months into her pregnancy, at one of

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Governor Ducey Statement On Federal Control Over Private Businesses

Governor Doug Ducey today released a statement that Arizona will challenge the Biden administration’s overreaching vaccine mandates for private employers. “In Arizona, the vaccine first became available in December of 2020, and then became available to anyone who wants it in March of this year. It is readily available for any eligible Arizonan who wants

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Opinion: Fraud and Force

“All tyrannies rule through fraud and force, but once the fraud is exposed they must rely exclusively on force.” – George Orwell George Orwell was the 20th Century writer who did more than any other author, through his writings, to expose the methods, hypocrisies, and crushing suppressing power of tyrannical governments. Whether in Animal Farm, which showed how

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Opinion: Vaccine Misinformation and Distrust Undermine Fight Against Variants

As cases of COVID-19’s Delta variant surge, there’s a crisis of confidence emerging around vaccines. The U.S. enthusiastically embraced vaccines from (almost) day one, but now the country faces difficulty vaccinating the last 50 percent or so of Americans. Vaccine reluctance started with politicians such as then-vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris and is now being driven by increasingly loud

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