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Federal judge blocks Biden administration from lifting Title 42 for now

Since taking office, President Joe Biden’s administration has continued to rely on Title 42, a public health authority invoked at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic that allows border officials…

Federal agencies are trying new ways to ease the burden of medical debt : Shots

This week Vice President Harris announced new actions the Biden administration is taking to help people in the United States struggling with medical debt. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images hide caption toggle…

Federal COVID-19 Vaccination Directive Reinstated by Appeals Court

A requirement for federal workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus was recently upheld by a federal appeals court panel. The groups that challenged the vaccination directive, however, could ask…

Federal Administrative Law Judge Orders Cement Company to Pay Employee Back Wages

A Washington, D.C. federal administrative law judge ordered a cement company to pay back wages to an employee who was retaliated against for “assisting federal safety investigators during a site…

Biden administration makes case to save vaccination mandate for federal employees

“The president is acting as an employer competing with other employers,” Scarborough said. “That is a significant limiting principle.” He also argued that the need for the mandate has only…

COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates At The Supreme Court: Scope And Limits Of Federal Authority

On January 13, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court published landmark rulings regarding the legality of COVID-19 vaccine mandates issued by two federal agencies. In NFIB v. OSHA, the Court stayed…