New York City’s requirement for teachers to be vaccinated was cleared by a state judge following a legal challenge from labor unions.
New York State Supreme Court Justice Laurence L. Love removed a temporary restraining order he had imposed to stop the vaccine mandate from being enforced while the case is being litigated. Love dismissed the unions’ argument that the mandate violates the due process rights of teachers and staff, saying state and federal courts have “consistently held” that a mandatory vaccine requirement doesn’t impede such rights and is within the government’s power.
The judge said the unions were “similarly unlikely to be able to establish an irreparable
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