Seems all TV media is hush hush but look whats happening:

1) A state appellate court upheld San Antonio Independent School District’s authority Wednesday to mandate its workers get vaccinated against COVID-19, almost a year after the district instituted the requirement for all staff to help stem the spread of the virus.

The 4th Court of Appeals on Wednesday denied Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s request to overturn a Bexar County judge’s decision not to grant the state a temporary injunction to block the staff vaccine mandate. Judge Mary Lou Alvarez of the 45th District Court issued that ruling in October, allowing SAISD to continue enforcing the mandate.

The court also ordered that the costs of the appeal be assessed against the state.

2)First settlement reached for health-care workers in lawsuit filed over COVID-19 vaccine mandate

3) Health care workers fired over vaccine mandate awarded $10 million in settlement

Illinois health care workers who were fired or otherwise impacted by their hospitals’ COVID-19 vaccine mandate will receive a $10 million settlement after filing a lawsuit challenging the rule.

“Let this case be a warning to employers that violated Title VII,” Mat Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, the group behind the lawsuit, told the Washington Examiner. “It is especially significant and gratifying that this first classwide COVID settlement protects healthcare workers.”

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4)NorthShore University Health to Pay $10.3 Million in COVID Vaccine Mandate Lawsuit

EVANSTON, Ill. — The NorthShore University HealthSystem has agreed to pay $10.3 million to settle a class action lawsuit over its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy.

More than a dozen healthcare workers sued the system after they were denied religious exemptions for the vaccinations, according to CBS News. Attorneys for the employees said the settlement of the federal rights lawsuit, which was filed in October 2021, is “historic” and the “first of its kind.”

5) ‘It’s a big win’: Nebraska airmen earn relief against COVID-19 vaccine mandate

OMAHA, Neb. —
A ruling in an Ohio case against military vaccine mandates is impacting dozens of airmen from Nebraska and Kansas who’re refusing the COVID-19 vaccination.

KETV Investigates first told you about the case involving 36 airmen in the Air Force, Guard, and Reserves who were all refusing the vaccine based on deeply held religious views on Sunday.


h/t TheTruthNeverLies


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