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Navy appealing court order barring action against SEALS refusing COVID-19 vaccine by washingtontimes.com
The Navy is appealing a federal court order in Texas that bars the service from taking action against 35 SEALS who refuse to take a COVID-19 vaccine on religiou...
Poll: 53.7% of U.S. voters want Fauci to stay despite Biden’s unpopularity by washingtontimes.com
A poll released Monday finds that more than half of U.S. voters want Dr. Anthony Fauci to keep leading the government’s COVID-19 response, despite President B...
Judges say Biden vaccine mandates lack congressionally-approved authority by washingtontimes.com
President Biden is now batting 1-for-4 in his push for vaccine mandates on American workers, after a federal judge in Texas last week shut down the White House?...
Texas federal judge halts Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees by washingtontimes.com
A federal judge issued an order Friday halting President Biden’s order that all federal employees get the coronavirus vaccine or risk losing their jobs, sayin...
Court rules California county’s gun store shutdown order for COVID-19 was unconstitutional by washingtontimes.com
The coronavirus pandemic cannot be an excuse to shut down gun stores, a federal appeals court ruled this week, delivering a belated spanking to a California cou...
Mayor Bowser unconcerned vaccine passport will drive business away from D.C. by washingtontimes.com
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said Tuesday she is not worried that her administration’s new vaccine passport mandate will hurt city businesses by driving customers...
Local businesses brace for D.C. vaccine mandate by washingtontimes.com
Washington businesses are bracing for Mayor Muriel Bowser’s vaccine mandate that goes into effect Saturday. The local order requiring customers 12 and older ...