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SourcePageOrlando Sentinel
DateDateNovember 10, 2021
URLURLhttps://www.orlandosentinel.com/opinion/editorials/os-op-vaccine-mandates-essential-stop-coronavirus-20211110-pmjujhxprveb7heouvy7sn4t7y-story.html
QuoteTextOpponents call mandates an imposition on liberty or, in the words of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, an “assault on private business.” It’s true they’re an imposition. Highway speed limits and smoking restrictions are also impositions. The point is, they’re amply justified. Public health requires that people refrain from needlessly endangering others.
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Vaccine mandates are essential to stop COVID-19 by Bloomberg News editorial board (Orlando Sentinel, November 10, 2021) (view)

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TopicPageNational Federation of Independent Business v. Occupational Safety and Health Administration
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