Federal Judge Strikes Down Vaccine, Mask Mandates From Biden

A Louisiana U.S. District Court Ruled The Federal Government Cannot Require Head Start Program Teachers, Staff And Volunteers To Be Vaccinated Against Covid-19, Nor Can It Require Adults Or Students To Wear Masks In 24 States Including Tennessee.

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The Center Square Again Files First Amendment Motion To Open Tennessee Judicial Decision-Making Meetings

The Center Square Has Filed A Second Motion For A Preliminary Injunction To Open The Meetings Of The State’s Bench-Bar Advisory Commission, The Second Such First Amendment Motion In A Case Filed By The Nonprofit’s Executive Editor.

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Federal Judge Rules To Keep Tennessee Judicial Conference Meetings Closed

Following Testimony From An Attorney For The State, U.S. District Court Judge Waverly Crenshaw On Tuesday Ruled That The Tennessee Judicial Conference Meetings Would Remain Closed To The Public And Media.

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Tennessee Courts Administrative Office Sued To Open Judicial Conference Meetings

The Executive Editor Of The Center Square Is Suing The Director Of The Tennessee Administrative Office Of The Courts In An Attempt To Open Meetings At The Upcoming Tennessee Judicial Conference To Members Of The Public And The Press.

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U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Biden’s Private Sector Mandate, Upholds Health Worker Mandate

The U.S. Supreme Court On Thursday Blocked The Biden Administration’s Vaccine Mandate On Private Sector Businesses, Though It Allowed A Separate Mandate To Stand For Certain Health Care Workers.

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Lawsuits Challenging Biden’s Federal Mandate Consolidate

Multiple Legal Challenges To President Joe Biden’s Workplace Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate Will Be Consolidated And Heard By Justices With The Sixth U.S. Circuit Court Of Appeals In Cincinnati.

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