New York City’s major municipal unions scored a legal win Tuesday night when a Manhattan Supreme Court judge temporarily blocked City Hall’s vaccine mandate for Department of Education workers.
Judge Laurence L. Love issued the temporary restraining order in response to a lawsuit brought against the city by a slew of major municipal unions who oppose Mayor Bill de Blasio’s directive.
Tuesday’s decision also comes on the heels of a similar ruling earlier in the day, when a federal judge granted state healthcare workers a temporary reprieve from mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations.
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