New York court administrators scored a win last week when a state judge lifted temporary orders preventing the judicial system from implementing a workforce vaccine mandate.

Labor groups representing court workers sued the judicial system after they say Chief Judge Janet DiFiore and other officials did not negotiate the details of the vaccine mandate. The court system set a late September deadline for unvaccinated employees to either get the shot or put in for an exemption to the policy.

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