A second federal appeals court has upheld the federal employee vaccine mandate.
A federal appeals court has upheld President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees.
Another bill would stop federal agencies from storing and sharing the personal info of federal employees seeking religious exemptions to the vaccine mandate.
A bill would ban the federal government from creating databases to track personal info of federal employees seeking religious exemptions to the vaccine mandate.
What has been the impact of the court’s injunction on the federal employee vaccine mandate on agency hiring policies?
The Biden administration urged a circuit court panel Tuesday to revive the Covid-19 vaccination mandate for federal employees put on hold by a lower court judge earlier this year.
Recently introduced legislation would allow federal employees harmed by a COVID vaccine they received due to the vaccine mandate to sue the government.
A U.S. appeals court did not overturn a lower court’s decision blocking enforcement of the federal employee vaccine mandate. It could go to the Supreme Court.
Our readers said that federal employees still should not return to in-office work despite increasing calls from Congress for them to do so.