Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R), who chairs the National Governors Association, pushed back on President Biden's vaccine mandate for businesses with more than 100 employees on Thursday.Biden ann
Rural health leaders are warning that the Biden administration's vaccine mandates will worsen staff availability at small-town hospitals as the pandemic wears on.
Unions that represent federal workers pushed back Thursday against President Biden's plan to require all federal employees and contractors to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The American Federation of Government Employees, which is part of the AFL-CIO and represents over 670,000 federal workers, said they encourage members to get vaccinated. However,
As the president took forceful new steps to pressure Americans to get inoculated, he argued that they were urgently needed health measures. In his allies’ view, they were also good politics.
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The National Nurses Union applauded President Joe Biden's proposal to require that companies with more than 100 employees vaccinate their work force. The American Federation of Teachers once said vaccine mandates weren't necessary, but now embraces them.
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Momentum seems to be on the side of mandates. The AFL-CIO, the umbrella organization over much of the country's unions, praised mandates and Biden's plan.