Anti-vaccine advocates have repurposed a catchy, succinct, and potent slogan. Its unlikely source: the reproductive rights movement, which has been linked to the phrase for more than 50 years.
Most new laws traditionally take effect in Georgia on July 1. But this year, many of the most important measures became law as soon as Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed them. Top measures beginning Friday include a raft of conservative-inspired school legislation, and an increase in lawmaker pensions.
After losing access to GoFundMe campaigns, those involved with "Freedom Convoy 2022" then moved to Christian fundraising site GiveSendGo.
In a video, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee invited police officers from New York to Los Angeles to join the Tennessee Highway Patrol, saying that "we won't get between you and your doctor."
In a process resembling a Powerball drawing, ping pong balls with the names of a dozen federal appeals courts were placed into a wooden raffle drum on Tuesday before a winner was drawn.
Gov. Brian Kemp and Attorney General Chris Carr are seeking to prevent the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) from enforcing the mandate on workers at Medicare and Medicaid-certified facilities.
The Ngati Toa, a Maori tribe whose version of the intimidating display has been popularized by New Zealand's All Blacks rugby team, says it supports COVID-19 vaccinations.
Gov. Brian Kemp, along with leaders from six other states, is taking President Joe Biden to court over his sweeping federal vaccine mandate that Republicans call an “unlawful and unconstitutional overreach.”
About 9,000 New York city employees are on unpaid leave for failing to heed Mayor Bill de Blasio's Oct. 20 vaccine mandate.
Firefighters and other municipal workers are protesting New York City's vaccine mandate, which takes effect Monday. If they don't have at least one dose by Friday, they will be put on unpaid leave.
Employers are firing workers for refusing to comply with vaccine mandates. They represent only a tiny fraction of overall employees, not even 1% in some workplaces. But it can add up to thousands.
Mayor Eric Garcetti approved the sweeping ordinance on Wednesday, adding Los Angeles to a list of other major cities requiring patrons to show proof of a COVID-19 vaccine.
As religious exemptions are now being sought in droves, their use raises concerns that they pose a serious public health risk. But some say vaccine mandates are too much, too soon.
With COVID-19 vaccine mandates taking effect around the country, requests for religious exemptions are on the rise. Under federal law, employers have a lot of discretion in granting the requests.