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Vaccine mandate for state employees now in impact, union attorneys declare it violates their contract

Vaccine mandate for state workers now in effect, union attorneys claim it violates their contract

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – The state of California’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for employees in the workplace should go into effect Monday. According to Governor Gavin Newsom, the strict rules are designed to stop the surge in infections, which is mainly due to the Delta variant of the disease. The new policy requires employees in government … Read more

Attorneys threaten authorized motion over vaccination mandate, Rock Haven layoffs | Native Information

Attorneys threaten legal action over vaccination mandate, Rock Haven layoffs | Local News

Two law firms are urging Rock County to withdraw its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy at the Rock Haven Nursing Home or allow laid-off workers who have refused vaccination to return to work. In two letters sent to district officials by various law firms on February 2, lawyers argue that the district’s mandate is unconstitutional and … Read more

Biden’s Revival of Trump’s Eviction Moratorium is at Odds with His Place on the Legality of a Nationwide Masks Mandate – Cause.com

Biden’s Revival of Trump’s Eviction Moratorium is at Odds with His Position on the Legality of a National Mask Mandate – Reason.com

In my previous post, I praised Biden’s action on the first day that Trump’s travel bans were lifted. I’m much less enthusiastic, to say the least, with his plan to revive the Trump administration’s statewide eviction moratorium, which the White House is expected to issue today. The Trump directive, issued by the Center for Disease … Read more

Alaska borough attorneys refute declare of masks mandate powers | Nationwide Information

Alaska borough attorneys refute claim of mask mandate powers | National News

KENAI, Alaska (AP) – Some Alaska County attorneys have disproved a claim by the state’s chief attorney that counties may issue mask mandates in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Attorneys representing second class counties in the state sent a letter to acting Attorney General of Alaska Ed Sniffen, The Peninsula Clarion reported on Sunday. Sniffen … Read more

Borough legal professional indicators letter refuting state’s declare that second-class boroughs can mandate masks

Borough attorney signs letter refuting state’s claim that second-class boroughs can mandate masks

Kenai Peninsula District Attorney Colette Thompson, along with other second-class district attorneys, has pushed back allegations that their counties are able to issue mask mandates in response to COVID-19. In a November 18 letter to Alaska’s Acting Attorney General Ed Sniffen, the attorneys describe specific laws prohibiting second-class counties from issuing masked mandates in response … Read more