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Judge rules Maine can bar religious exemptions to health care vaccine mandate

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A U.S. District judge on Wednesday ruled that Maine could prohibit religious exemptions to its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers.
Judge Jon Levy …

A U.S. District judge on Wednesday ruled that Maine could prohibit religious exemptions to its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers. Judge Jon Levy found that the health care workers who brought the case against Maine were not being prevented from staying true to their religious beliefs, Reuters reported. Levy also found that the workers were unable to prove Maine officials were motivated by any ill will toward religion or that they lacked a compelling reason to issue a vaccine mandate. Maine announced its vaccine mandate for health care workers in August, setting a deadline of Oct.

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