Religious Exemptions

Whistleblower Says With 120,000 Troops Still Unvaccinated, Army May Move June 30 Deadline Far Into Future

As the June 30 deadline nears for compliance with the U.S. military’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, U.S. Army officials publicly claim a very small percentage of its members are unvaccinated, reporting 96% or more of its members are fully vaccinated.

More Vaccine-Injured Pilots Speak Out as Groups Pressure Airlines, Regulators to End Mandates

Sharp chest pains. Myocarditis and pericarditis. Heart attacks. Strokes and subsequent blindness.

Supreme Court Rejects Parents’ Appeal for Religious Exemptions to COVID Vaccine Mandate

The high court rejected an appeal from parents who challenged New York's decision to remove religious exemptions to the COVID vaccine mandate for schools.

Boston University COVID Testing Policy Violated Americans With Disabilities Act, Chd Lawsuit Alleges

Children’s Health Defense and attorney Robert Meltzer of the Mountain States Law Group are suing Boston University on behalf of a student who was suspended for failing to comply with the school’s COVID-19 testing protocol. The lawsuit alleges the university’s testing regimen failed to accommodate the student’s disability.

Three Brothers Prepare to Exit Military as Religious Exemptions for COVID Shots Denied

The three Misiura brothers have a family history of military service. Their grandfather was a Navy machinist in the Korean War, their father was in the Air Force, and each of the brothers enlisted with pride to carry on the family legacy and support American liberty.

U.S. Army Surgeon in Tears: Top Brass Ordered Silence on Vaccine Injuries

'I am watching people get absolutely destroyed'

New Hampshire House Approves Over-The-Counter Ivermectin

New Hampshire took a giant step closer to becoming the first U.S. state to offer Ivermectin without a prescription on March 16.

Rhode Island Drops Order Prohibiting Unvaccinated Doctor From Practicing

The state of Rhode Island on Friday dismissed an order that had prevented a doctor from practicing because he declined to take a COVID-19 vaccine.

Air Force Officers Sue Over Religious Exemption Denials

A dozen U.S. Air Force officers have filed a lawsuit against the federal government after the military denied their religious exemptions to the mandatory COVID-19 vaccine.

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