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COVID-19 mandates wade into uncertain legal territory

Public and private employers seeking to mandate the COVID-19 vaccines are bolstered by a Department of Justice opinion and high-profile victory in Texas, but their chances in…

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What would happen to the federal employees who resist a vaccine mandate?

The White House is considering a COVID-19 vaccine requirement for federal employees, but any such move will create complications with workforce groups and in the area of…

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Proposed vaccine mandate for federal employees could face some legal hurdles

The White House is “strongly considering” requiring federal employees show proof they received their COVID-19 vaccinations in order to return to their workplaces. The…

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A vaccine requirement for feds could get complicated

The White House is considering a COVID-19 vaccine requirement for federal employees, but any such move will create complications with workforce groups and in the area of…

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Biden mulling vaccine mandate

President Joe Biden is implementing a governmentwide vaccine requirement and considering a mask mandate for federal employees. Tully Rinckey Partner Stephanie Rapp-Tully…

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As employees return to work and COVID cases rise, questions over mandated vaccination swirl

As COVID-19 cases increase, employers face the decision whether to require employees to get the vaccine. Within hours of each other on Monday, New York City announced its public…

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White House considering vaccine mandate for federal workers

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is strongly considering requiring federal employees to show proof they’ve been vaccinated against the coronavirus or otherwise submit to…

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Legal Ramifications of a Governmentwide Vaccine Requirement

President Biden is expected to announce on Thursday July 29, 2021, that all federal employees and contractors will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to…

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Trillion-Dollar Infrastructure Bill Could Have Major Impact on Immigrants Across the U.S.

The $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill being debated in the House may include certain key immigration reform proposals, says Michael J. Freestone, a partner and immigration…

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New Kent woman who helped journalists expose financial corruption may soon be imprisoned

When Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards first suspected wrongdoing, she went to her superior at the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. She then…

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