A three-judge panel rejected the Navy’s request to stay the injunction on Monday. The case revolves around roughly three dozen Navy SEALs, all of whom sought but did not receive a religious exemption from the vaccine and thus face separation from the service.
“The Navy has not accommodated any religious request to abstain from any vaccination in seven years, and to date it has denied all religiously based claims for exemption from COVID-19 vaccination,” the judges wrote. “But evidence, recited previously and not meaningfully challenged here, suggests that the Navy has effectively stacked the deck against even those exemptions supported by Plaintiffs’ immediate commanding officers and military chaplains.” [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]
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