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Among the immediate effects is an indefinite delay in planned oil and gas lease sales.
“Of course we’re disappointed.”
Jury will continue deliberations.
FDA said it became clear it needed to wait for data on how well a third shot works for youths.
Jury will deliberate.
The White House has expressed increasing alarm about the prospects of war.
Opening statements to the jury were initially scheduled for last week, but were postponed.
Texas, Oklahoma and Alaska filed lawsuits challenging the military’s vaccine mandate.
Sarah Palin on Monday tested positive for COVID-19.
“This could be a really, really dramatic year…”
The debate carries echoes of an earlier era
It applies to Southeast from the BC border to Cape Fairweather.
Mandate for most health care workers is allowed to proceed.
U.S. Dept. of Justice says company violated probation terms.
Another policy reversal.
The court seemed more open to a separate vaccine mandate for most health care workers.
He faces up 10 years in jail on each charge.
Roberts made the comments as part of his annual report on the federal judiciary released Friday.
Some loom large in 2022, too.
Warning comes as over 90 cruise ships under investigation or observation after COVID-19 cases.