By Adam Lidgett (June 30, 2022, 9:01 PM EDT) — Even though the U.S. Supreme Court shot down New York health care workers’ challenge to a COVID-19 vaccine requirement, three justices disagreed, with Justice Clarence Thomas saying there was “considerable confusion” over mandates like the Empire State’s.
A majority of the high court on Thursday denied a petition from the workers who appealed the Second Circuit decision overturning a lower court injunction that had initially cleared the way for religious exemptions to the vaccination policy.
But three justices — specifically, Justices Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch — put their signatures on a dissent that Thomas penned.
Thomas wrote in his…
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