Page values for "High Court should strike down shot mandates"

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_creationDateDatetimeMarch 2, 2022 11:39:35 PM
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_fullTextSearchtext{{Item |author=The Detroit News editorial board |source=The Detroit News |date=January 5, 2022 |url=https://www.detroitnews.com/story/opinion/editorials/2022/01/06/editorial-high-court-should-strike-down-shot-mandates/9105746002/ |quote=Breakthrough cases are becoming more common, and vaccines alone ...
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SourcePageThe Detroit News
DateDateJanuary 5, 2022
URLURLhttps://www.detroitnews.com/story/opinion/editorials/2022/01/06/editorial-high-court-should-strike-down-shot-mandates/9105746002/
QuoteTextBreakthrough cases are becoming more common, and vaccines alone will not stop the spread. A better approach would be to focus on ensuring states have adequate access to testing and the early virus treatments that are coming online. Such expansive federal mandates go against our system of federalism and our constitutional rights, and are unlikely to significantly slow the virus.
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High Court should strike down shot mandates by The Detroit News editorial board (The Detroit News, January 5, 2022) (view)

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TopicPageNational Federation of Independent Business v. Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Position_fragmentStringSupreme Court should rule in OSHA's favor
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Supreme Court should rule in OSHA's favor

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