Society Over 800 LA City firefighters sue city over jab mandates

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John Lee Pettimore

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Must have missed the epilogue.

"A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit brought by a group of Los Angeles firefighters over a city requirement that employees be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Judge Michael P. Linfield wrote that “courts have consistently held that government has the power to require vaccinations to protect the public’s health and safety.” He cited several cases, including a 1905 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that compulsory vaccinations are allowed under the Constitution."


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Rambo John J

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Must have missed the epilogue.

"A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit brought by a group of Los Angeles firefighters over a city requirement that employees be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Judge Michael P. Linfield wrote that “courts have consistently held that government has the power to require vaccinations to protect the public’s health and safety.” He cited several cases, including a 1905 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that compulsory vaccinations are allowed under the Constitution."


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Does the vaccine prevent transmission or infection?
 

Freeloading Rusty

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That's a ruling, not an outcome.
Derp.

A ruling is the outcome of a court’s decision, whether on some particular point of law (such as the admissibility of evidence) or on the case as a whole.

One would think a lawyer would know these things.
 

sparkuri

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Derp.

A ruling is the outcome of a court’s decision, whether on some particular point of law (such as the admissibility of evidence) or on the case as a whole.

One would think a lawyer would know these things.
Thanks again for another highly intellectual post.
I'll bet the grandkids stand in line for advice.