President Biden’s Vaccine Mandate Is Back In Force for Employees at Companies with 100 or More Employees

Over this and last month, there was good news for Americans seeking to exercise their right to refuse to take experimental coronavirus “vaccine” shots. Decisions of several United States courts resulted in temporary injunctions against the US government’s implementation and enforcement of all three of President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates for private employees — the mandate for employees at companies with 100 or more employees, the mandate for employees at health care related companies, and the mandate for employees at companies that are contractors or subcontractors with the US government.

On Friday, a portion of that protection against Biden’s vaccine mandates went away. A two-to-one decision of a three judges panel of the US Sixth Circuit Court resulted in the dissolving of the temporary injunction related to the vaccine mandate for employees at companies with 100 or more employees. The millions of employees at these companies are thus again subject to a US government experimental coronavirus vaccine mandate.

Cathy A. Spigarelli’s Sunday article at The New American is a good place to look for a discussion of the Sixth Circuit decision, how it came about, and what may come next. Read her article here.

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Adam Dick

Adam Dick is a Senior Fellow at the Ron Paul Institute. Adam worked from 2003 through 2013 as a legislative aide for Rep. Ron Paul. Previously, he was a member of the Wisconsin State Board of Elections, a co-manager of Ed Thompson's 2002 Wisconsin governor campaign, and a lawyer in New York and Connecticuit.