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Jan 13 2022
Twenty-five percent of Americans are unvaccinated against COVID-19. Should they be left alone or called out?
More than 519 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in the U.S., fully vaccinating over 207 million people. That leaves tens of millions of eligible Americans who haven't received the vaccine. As of this week, 60% percent of white people and 60% of Hispanic peopleLos Angeles Times Kaiser Family Foundation Fox News (Online News)
Jan 13 2022
The Supreme Court on Thursday issued two major rulings on President Joe Biden's COVID-19 vaccine rules and requirements.
In one ruling, the court voted 6-3 to block the Biden administration from enforcing its vaccine-or-test rule for private companies with 100 or more employees. In the other, it voted 5-4 to allow a vaccine mandate to stand for medical facilities that receive federalHuffPost CNBC National Review
Sep 17 2021
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When Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected after California’s last gubernatorial recall election in 2003, the state was already deep blue. Eighteen years later, it has turned positively indigo. So there are limited lessons to be learned by other candidates in more competitive purple states from Gov. Gavin Newsom’s triumph overDan Schnur
May 23 2020
President Donald Trump said at a press briefing Friday that places of worship are essential, following new federal guidelines that offer recommendations on how places of worship should go about reopening. The president threatened to "override" governors who don't comply with the guidance, and said America "needs more prayer, not less."
Many left-rated outlets framed the announcement asCNN (Online News) Bloomberg Fox News (Online News)
Dec 30 2021
Should colleges and universities revert back to remote learning and pandemic restrictions amid surging coronavirus cases? Or do the relatively low risks associated with COVID-19 for young people and the Omicron variant's apparent mildness make new regulations misguided?
Several major institutions, such as Princeton, Syracuse and Howard, are delaying the start of the spring semester byNewsweek Brownstone Institute Inside Higher Ed
Apr 06 2020
Wisconsin will hold in-person voting for its primary election on Tuesday, following wide-scale debate that led to the state's Supreme Court blocking Gov. Tony Evers' Monday motion to postpone the election.
The decision comes after Wisconsin Republicans and the Republican National Committee asked the Supreme Court to freeze the extension of the state's absentee ballot deadline. ManyAssociated Press Washington Examiner New York Times (News)
Dec 23 2021
Hundreds of millions of Americans are traveling for the holidays and planning to spend time with family and friends. Should they be concerned about COVID-19?
Last Friday, infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci told CNBC (Center bias) that vaccinated people "can still enjoy" a holiday gathering. In a briefing Wednesday, he said people "do not want to go to" holiday parties "in whichCNN (Opinion) Axios Reason
Dec 20 2021
Roughly 23% of people in the U.S. ages five and older have yet to receive a COVID-19 vaccine dose. How should the the government and the rest of the American public respond to that?
As of Monday, 77% of Americans ages five and up have received at least one dose. Tens of millions of eligible Americans haven't. People perceive the vaccine and its effectiveness differently across theForeign Policy National Review The Conversation
Dec 26 2021
Former President Donald Trump strongly endorsed the COVID-19 vaccine during an interview with Candace Owens that was released Tuesday.
After telling Bill O'Reilly that he received a booster shot, Trump hailed the vaccine as "one of the greatest achievements of mankind." When Owens claimed that COVID-19 cases have gone up during Biden's first year in office, Trump pushed back against anyCNN (Online News) National Review Insider
Dec 16 2021
The U.S., the U.K. and other countries have seen spikes in COVID-19 cases over the past week.
U.S. states with rising cases included New York and New Jersey, where CDC data said the milder but more vaccine resistant Omicron variant is spreading. While some highly-vaccinated states saw significant outbreaks, a Forbes (Center) report said, they still fared better on hospitalizations andForbes New York Times (News) New York Post (News)