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The Effect of COVID-19 on Jurors

The Effect of COVID-19 on Jurors

By Stephen Panik, Staff Writer The COVID-19 crisis has had widespread consequences that have been well documented in the news, such as mask mandates and mandatory vaccinations. However, many may not know that recent research is revealing a significant impact on jurors caused by the COVID-19 epidemic.  Some perceived effects […]

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The Impact of Government Bargaining Agreements on Workplace Vaccine Requirements

The Impact of Government Bargaining Agreements on Workplace Vaccine Requirements

By: Jennifer McGreevy, Staff Writer Last month, Allegheny County joined Philadelphia, Bucks, and Montgomery County in mandating COVID-19 shots for local government workers. Effective Dec. 1, 2021, nearly 5,000 Allegheny County employees will be required to be fully vaccinated, receive an exemption, or face termination.[1] Allegheny County Executive, Rich Fitzgerald announced […]

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An Exploration of the Legal and Ethical Concerns Surrounding Vaccination Mandates Amid a Pandemic

Photo provided courtesy of Unsplash.com By Elizabeth Fitch, Feature Editor “Public discussion of ‘herd immunity’ often treats it like an on-off switch,” David Leonhardt, journalist for the New York Times explains.[1] “When the U.S. reaches herd immunity, the crisis will be over. But that’s not right.”[2] Discussion about vaccinations have […]

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