Justice Barrett denies request for SCOTUS intervention in IU vaccine mandate case

Barrett, who has jurisdiction over the appeals court involved in the case, acted alone without referring the matter to the full court.

The initial court filing by a lawyer representing Indiana University students marked the first time the justices have been asked to weigh in on the issue as private and public entities are increasingly requiring vaccines in the wake of a new surge of the virus caused by the Delta variant. The school’s vaccine mandate is set to take effect this fall.

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