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[MISOGYNIST "Louisiana-based"] Fifth Circuit OVERTURNS ["]nationwide["] injunction vaccine mandate prohibiting EO 14042, 14043 health care workers [vaccination]
But the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals -- which hears appeals from the federal courts in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas -- was unconvinced that the lower court justified its injunction's [nation-]wide scope.
Articles of OBSCURE Confederacy:(unilateral | narrow) US district court jurisdiction has been on SCOTUS "(shadow | emergency) docket" back burner throughout TRUMP ERA ICE raids
"The question posed is whether one district court should make a binding judgment for the entire country," wrote the panel of three judges, who issued an unsigned "per curiam" opinion representing their views as one voice.

Noting that the Fifth Circuit has permitted one federal judge to issue nationwide policies[sic] in a 2015 immigration lawsuit filed by the state of Texas, the appellate panel differentiated the present vaccine mandate case from the immigration one, where there exists a "constitutional command for `uniform' immigration laws."

archived incorporation doctrine and appellee "venue shopping" AL, AZ, GA, LA, ID, IN, KY, MS, MT, OH, OK, SC, UT, and WV ("14 states")
With this injunction overturned, the Biden administration's vaccine mandate remains in effect in 25 states. The 14 states suing in the case before the Fifth Circuit, and 10 states that successfully sought an injunction for the mandate in late November, are temporarily exempted. Additionally, Texas was granted an exemption from the mandate by U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk later on Dec. 15 in a separate federal lawsuit.
by Cat on Fri Dec 17th, 2021 at 06:46:21 PM EST
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