Tag Archives: COVID-19

Supreme Court Blocks Vaccine Mandate For Large Employers

The Supreme Court yesterday shut down the mandate from the federal government that employers with more than 100 employees must institute a mandate for workers to either get vaccinated against COVID-19 or be tested every week saying the government overstepped its authority in having the Occupational Safety and Health Administration …

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Report Shares Details of Student Loan Restart Proposals

The Department of Education is considering proposals that would give borrowers “new flexibility” like initial grace periods when its moratorium on student loan payments ends on January 31, according to a published report. Individuals with federal student loans have not had to make payments since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the …

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Veterans Affairs Announces End of Collection Moratorium

In yet another sign that things are shifting back toward what they were before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, the Department of Veterans Affairs has announced the end of an 18-month pause in its collection efforts. Starting October 1, veterans with unpaid copays or benefits overpayments must start …

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