Thursday/ ‘Our Patience Is Wearing Thin’

This is not some new “dictatorial power” President Biden is assuming. This is how the government works. Wake up.
– Rachel Maddow @MaddowBlog on Twitter

Excerpts from reporting in the New York Times by By Katie Rogers and Sheryl Gay Stolberg:
President Biden announced sweeping actions today to vaccinate tens of millions of American workers against the coronavirus, including private-sector employees, health care workers and federal contractors.
Experts say Mr. Biden has the legal authority to impose vaccine requirements on the private sector, through laws that require businesses to comply with evidence-based federal health safety standards.
One thing Mr. Biden cannot do is require all Americans to be vaccinated; in the United States, vaccinations are the province of the states.

‘Our Patience is Wearing Thin’. Well ⁠—my patience is worn out. Average deaths per day in the US is now back at 1,500. The virus keeps smoldering and mutating among the 80 million unvaccinated Americans that go about their daily business, and infecting other unvaccinated people (and a few vaccinated ones). 
[Front page of the print edition of the New York Times for Friday Sep 10].

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