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Federal Contractor Vaccine Order Blocked by Judge in Kentucky

President Joe Biden doesn’t likely have the power to mandate vaccines for federal contractors and their subcontractors, a Kentucky federal court said Tuesday, halting the order issued by the administration for the conservative-led states challenging it.

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Religious Vaccine Objections Can Come From ‘Church of One’

Employers should avoid delving too deeply into workers’ professed beliefs when they raise religious objections to mandatory Covid-19 shots, even if they follow a faith that’s neutral toward Covid-19 vaccination or actively endorses it, employment lawyers said.

Abortion Debate Reaches Crescendo at Supreme Court (Podcast)

The case that could overturn the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision that recognized abortion as a constitutional right will come before the nine justices tomorrow morning. On today’s episode of On The Merits, our weekly legal news podcast, we explain the stakes behind Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health and why abortion rights activists are so pessimistic about their chances to even maintain the status quo.

The Shadow Docket and How the Supreme Court Uses It Now

The Supreme Court's Shadow Docket has been getting a lot of attention lately. In this video, we explain what the Shadow Docket is, why it exists, and how to make it more transparent.

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