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Will Federal Employee Unions Challenge Biden’s Vaccine Mandate in Court?

Several major labor groups said they won’t, but some are leaving open the possibility.

Coronavirus Roundup: HHS Watchdog Nominee Testifies; Union Calls For Vaccine Mandate at All Points of Entry

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Guess How Many People Worked From Home Last Year

A misconception about the prevalence of remote work explains a lot about confirmation bias in America.

Coronavirus Roundup: Booster Shot News; Reality TV Star Sentenced for Paycheck Protection Program Fraud

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An ‘Urgent Request’ for Feds to Help with the Afghan Resettlement Process

The Mosaic Muslim Federal Employee Association is looking for native or fluent Dari and Pashto speakers. 

Coronavirus Roundup: NIH Invests in Long-COVID Research; Vaccine Updates

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What’s the Law on Vaccine Exemptions? A Religious Liberty Expert Explains

Plenty of groups are offering religious exemptions to COVID-19 vaccine mandates, but their legal basis isn’t as rock-solid as that might suggest.

COVID Hits Wildfire Fighters Even Harder Than Last Year

At least 421 U.S. Forest Service fire personnel tested positive for COVID-19 this year.

Coronavirus Roundup: A November 22 Deadline for Feds to Get Vaccinated; Booster Shot Clashes 

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Lawmaker Opinion on Federal Employee Vaccine Mandate Breaks Along Party Lines

As President Biden announced an executive order requiring all federal employees and contractors to get vaccinated against COVID-19, he accused some Republican officials of sabotaging efforts to end the pandemic.

Postal Service Takes Wait-and-See Approach on COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

USPS may soon have to set up widespread testing for unvaccinated staff, but agency officials do not yet know how many employees have received shots.

Coronavirus Roundup: White House Unveils Additional Measures to Fight the Delta Variant

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In-Person Workers Are Slow to Return to Jobs, Data Shows

"You can’t pay somebody enough to show up at work when there’s a kid at home.”