The Supreme Court of the State of New York ruled this week that the COVID shot mandate involving former Department of Sanitation employees is “arbitrary and capricious.” In New York, the Supreme Court is the trial court, and the Court of Appeals is the state’s highest court. The court found that the shot mandate was not about safety and public health but “was about compliance,” reinstated the petitioners to full employment, and ruled they are entitled to back pay.
President Joe Biden is facing fresh criticism after his administration finally released illegal immigrant apprehension numbers from September 2022, showing the number of arrests soared to a record high.
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