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Yes, Covid-19 vaccine mandates are legal

Vox 30 Jul 2021
In 1902, the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, faced a smallpox outbreak ... Policymakers and other leaders, in other words, may need to take a page from Cambridge’s early 20th-century health board ... Many of the first mandates are from employers ... And employers are not required to employ people who cannot do their job even with reasonable accommodations.
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The 1960s Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC): Gloria Richardson Dandridge and Bob Moses’ Monumental Contributions ...

GlobalResearch 29 Jul 2021
Clair Hayes was born on May 6, 1922 in Cambridge, Maryland to a family of hard working independent African Americans ... She would later return to Cambridge where prospects for employment were limited despite her graduation from Howard ... Years after returning to Cambridge she became involved in the Civil Rights Movement in the early 1960s.
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Philip Wayne Todd

The Star Democrat 28 Jul 2021
Philip Wayne Todd CAMBRIDGE — Philip Wayne Todd, 83, of Cambridge, Maryland passed away peacefully on Saturday, July 24, 2021 at his home with his family by his side. Born on July 17, 1938 in Cambridge, Maryland, he was a son of the late Maysie Mister Todd and Philip Woodrow Todd ... Box 70, Secretary, MD 21664 or Cambridge Little League, P.O.
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Community remembers Eastern Shore civil rights legend

The Star Democrat 28 Jul 2021
In July 1963, Attorney General Robert Kennedy — who Richardson had asked earlier to provide protection for demonstrators’ constitutional rights — met with Richardson, other civil rights activists and government officials to broker the Treaty of Cambridge, an agreement covering desegregation, housing and employment issues.
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COLUMN: Jesus would get jabbed

Tahlequah Daily Press 27 Jul 2021
In the Book of Matthew, Jesus is asked. "Master, which is the great commandment in the law?" He answers ... But the second admonition, Jesus adds, "is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself ... The Supreme Court employed similar reasoning in 1905 when it upheld an ordinance in Cambridge, Massachusetts, requiring vaccinations against smallpox.
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Thriveworks Partners with Wellington Management

Johnson City Press 26 Jul 2021
Regal Healthcare Capital Partners will remain Thriveworks MSO's largest equity holder. Founded in 2008 as a single counseling office in Cambridge, MA, Thriveworks has grown to over 310 centers and a robust virtual counseling business, employing over 2,000 clinicians serving hundreds of thousands of clients ... Co-founder Dr ... About Thriveworks. ... ... ....
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Would Jesus get jabbed?

Olean Times Herald 26 Jul 2021
In the Book of Matthew, Jesus is asked. “Master, which is the great commandment in the law?” He answers ... On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.”. Think about that ... As Dr ... The Supreme Court employed similar reasoning in 1905 when it upheld an ordinance in Cambridge, Massachusetts, requiring vaccinations against smallpox ... .
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Local News Briefs: School board to hold special session

The Daily Jeff 25 Jul 2021
The purpose is personnel employment and other matters which may be considered by the board.Recycling trailer in Cumberland Aug ... 11 — Crossroads Branch Library, 63500 Byesville Road, Cambridge, 2 to 6 p.m.Thursday, Aug ... The Cambridge Township Trustees will hold a work session at 8 a.m ... 21, in downtown Cambridge.
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Gloria Richardson obituary: Firebrand who was at the forefront of the 1960s US civil rights movement

Irish Independent 25 Jul 2021
But for the three years she galvanised protests and fought for economic justice for her home town of Cambridge’s 4,200 black residents ... ward of Cambridge ... She returned to Cambridge but found herself blocked from employment there with the Maryland Department of Social Services.
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WWJD? Jesus would get the COVID vaccine

Rocky Mount Telegram 24 Jul 2021
In the Book of Matthew, Jesus is asked. “Master, which is the great commandment in the law?” He answers ... On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.”. Think about that. “All the law,” Jesus says ... The Supreme Court employed similar reasoning in 1905 when it upheld an ordinance in Cambridge, Mass., requiring vaccinations against smallpox.
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Jesus would get jabbed

Lockport Union-Sun 24 Jul 2021
In the Book of Matthew, Jesus is asked. "Master, which is the great commandment in the law?" He answers ... But the second admonition, Jesus adds, "is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself ... The Supreme Court employed similar reasoning in 1905 when it upheld an ordinance in Cambridge, Massachusetts, requiring vaccinations against smallpox.
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ROBERTS: Jesus would get jabbed

Niagara Gazette 24 Jul 2021
In the Book of Matthew, Jesus is asked. "Master, which is the great commandment in the law?" He answers ... But the second admonition, Jesus adds, "is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself ... The Supreme Court employed similar reasoning in 1905 when it upheld an ordinance in Cambridge, Massachusetts, requiring vaccinations against smallpox.
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Steven Roberts: Jesus would get the vaccine

The Joplin Globe 23 Jul 2021
In the Book of Matthew, Jesus is asked. “Master, which is the great commandment in the law?” He answers ... On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.”. Think about that ... As Dr ... The Supreme Court employed similar reasoning in 1905 when it upheld an ordinance in Cambridge, Massachusetts, requiring vaccinations against smallpox ... .
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Elliott blessed to be CEO/President at SEORMC after unprecedented 16 months

The Daily Jeff 20 Jul 2021
The CEO also praised the Cambridge-Guernsey County Health Department, Emergency Management Agency, MVHC, county commissioners and Cambridge officials for being vital resources along with the hospital's board in order to address pandemic issues ... Elliott came to Cambridge from Circleville where she was employed with OhioHealth's Berger Hospital.
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Vaccine Passport Rules Might Actually Increase Vaccine Hesitancy

Huffington Post 20 Jul 2021
Another study, conducted as part of the Health Protection Unit in Vaccines and Immunisation (a partnership between Public Health England, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the University of Cambridge) found that “health and social care workers who felt pressured by their employers to vaccinate were less likely to.”.

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