(The Center Square) – With the U.S. health care system already strained while facing increased hospitalizations during the nearly two-year long COVID-19 pandemic, many are worried that last week's Supreme Court decision allowing President Joe Biden's vaccine mandate on certain health workers will further burden systems with worker shortages.
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(The Center Square) – An obscure agency of the U.S. government, whose stated mission is to reduce recidivism and work with criminal justice partners to enhance public safety, will begin tracking all federal employees who file for religious exemptions to President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate on federal workers and contractors.
SHREVEPORT, La. – The conviction and life sentence of a man convicted for killing a Shreveport police officer has been upheld.
BATON ROUGE, La. - Baton Rouge criminal defense and civil rights attorney Ron Haley Jr., whose high-profile cases include embattled rapper Lit Yoshi and the family of Ronald Greene, a Black motorist who died following a brutal 2019 encounter with state troopers in north Louisiana, was suspended Tuesday from practicing law for six months.
(The Center Square) – The majority of Americans, 73%, say their rights come from God, not government, and say government can’t force Americans to violate their religious beliefs, according to a poll conducted by Summit.org and McLaughlin and Associates.
(The Center Square) – The nonprofit religious freedom legal aid organization, Liberty Counsel, is heading to court on Monday to defend U.S. Navy SEALS, members of all branches of the U.S. military, and federal employees and contractors who argue the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate is unconstitutional and violates their religious freedom.
(The Center Square) – Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to grant injunctive relief on behalf of 2,000 Maine health care workers, their attorneys from Liberty Counsel are petitioning the court to review the merits of the case.
(The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to strike down Maine’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate amid a challenge from health care workers who were seeking religious exemptions to the new rules.