Nebraska Supreme Court won’t halt Creighton vaccine mandate

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The Nebraska Supreme Court won’t be stopping the vaccine mandate at Creighton University.

The court dismissed an appeal brought on by 10 students who believed the mandate violated their religious beliefs.

The judges said the court lacks the jurisdiction to do anything, citing a century-old precedent that people can’t appeal orders that deny or grant injunctions.

Last year, a separate judge chose not to issue an injunction to stop the school’s mandate.

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