Neither politician is willing to tolerate deviation from the one business policy he thinks is best.
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While the president insists on a top-down mandate, individuals making their own choices are achieving vaccination goals.
Denmark recently lifted all COVID mandates. The U.S. should do the same.
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Even If Requiring People Who Have Recovered From COVID-19 To Be Vaccinated Is Legal, That Doesn't Mean It Makes Sense
The failure of legal challenges obscures an ongoing scientific debate.
De Blasio should honor expectations of medical privacy, not threaten government retribution for those who make choices he dislikes.
This is great progress, but there is even more in the vaccine pipeline.
TSA security screenings led to more driving and thus more auto deaths. Mandating vaccines on airplanes could have a similar effect.
Vaccine hesitancy can, in part, be laid at the feet of experts who betrayed the public’s trust.
Overcautious health officials are living on another planet.
The vaccine mandate on health care workers, ahead of the broader mandate on the rest of us, is putting America in uncharted territory.
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There’s no clean way this applies to the pandemic.
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When you are already convinced a policy makes sense, any evidence will do.
If the government is going to approve them for everyone eventually, why wait?
The lawsuit argues the mandate leads to discrimination based on content of speech and type of speaker.
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It did recommend authorizing boosters for those over age 65
Persuading vaccine objectors is a much better approach than imposing coercive top-down mandates.
Vaccine-Related Heart Inflammation Risks for Young People Much Lower Than COVID-19 Heart Inflammation Risks
Young males infected with COVID-19 are six times more likely to develop myocarditis than those who have been vaccinated.
The presidency has always been inclined to unilateral power—and many Americans like it that way.
Exploring the legal issues raised by another of the Biden Administration's newly announced COVID policies.
Why legal challenges to the new rule are more likely to focus on the details than on broad challenges to OSHA's authority.
Some parts are both good policy and legally unproblematic. Others - particularly the mandate imposed on private employers - are legally dubious and would set a dangerous precedent if upheld by courts.
"You have the option to not get vaccinated if you want," said the doctor. "But then you can't go out in public."
OSHA has rarely used this option, which avoids the usual rule-making process, and most challenges to such edicts have been successful.
It's time to stop "states of exception" that justify government overreach into more and more of our lives.
Emergency OSHA rules are frequently struck down by courts.
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Biden's sudden embrace of a federal vaccine requirement seems inconsistent with his acknowledgment that he cannot mandate every COVID-19 precaution he'd like people to follow.
Until Today, Joe Biden, Jen Psaki, and Rochelle Walensky Were All Publicly Opposed to Federal COVID Vaccine Mandates
"That's not the role of the federal government." What happened?
The president will direct OSHA to require either vaccination or frequent testing
Pro-freedom politicians want to restrict private enterprise, while civil liberties proponents want to violate your bodily autonomy.
Podcaster Joe Rogan took the drug after falling ill. Here's why it's not likely to help him.
Only in extreme circumstances should a court come between a parent and their child.
It’s legal for doctors to give kids the Pfizer vaccine, but Pfizer isn’t allowed to say so.
If you support "my body, my choice," you cannot support vaccine mandates.