Indiana University wins in suit over its mask, vaccine mandates

Enlarge / Early in the pandemic, Indiana University sent its students home to protect them from infection.SOPA Images/Getty Images

On Monday, the Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit ruled against students who were seeking an injunction that would block the Indiana University from implementing a vaccine mandate ahead of the start of the fall semester. Both courts relied on a Supreme Court precedent from over a century ago that declared a far broader vaccine mandate to be constitutionally acceptable.

We discussed the case with Georgetown Law Professor Lawrence Gostin, who indicated that this sort of decision isn’t going to be limited to Indiana; nationally, vaccine

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