Making Mandatory: Vaccines in the Workplace

(Source) According to the CDC’s COVID Data Tracker, after hitting a peak in early January 2021 of over 300,000 new American coronavirus infections in a single day, the number of new cases began falling precipitously over the ensuing months, with the seven-day moving average dropping to 56,000 by late March. Not coincidentally, COVID vaccination efforts

34 Years Later, Pregnant Women Continue to Face Discrimination at Work

Margaret Schmidt explores the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act currently on the Senate Floor and its implications on existing discrimination against pregnant women in the workplace.