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The Supreme Court rejected two appeals regarding COVID-19 vaccines from Children’s Health Defense, founded by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

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Supreme Court rejects COVID-19 vaccine appeals from nonprofit founded by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

The Supreme Court declined two appeals involving COVID-19 vaccines from Children’s Health Defense, founded by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Lower court rulings against the group were upheld by the Supreme Court without providing any comment on their decision. Rulings against the group from federal appeals courts in New Orleans and Philadelphia were upheld without comment by the justices.

One case objected to FDA’s authorization of vaccines for children, while another challenged Rutgers University’s vaccination requirement for students. Children’s Health Defense and parents in Texas objected to the FDA’s authorization of COVID-19 vaccines for children.

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