Prevention of contagious disease is mandatory plus if such measures are being taken in a crowded place like the university or the dorms then there shouldn’t be any argument against it. In my opinion there should be fine or some sort of penalty on students that decline to be vaccinated. The reasons should be that they have already been vaccinated or no other. It is about their own safety plus the safety of others. If they are not getting vaccine for any reason, they are putting their own life in danger plus others who can catch the disease from coughing or kissing.
Nursing homes cheering limitation on lawsuits is another form of civil liberty. Governments and their regulations are formulated for the protection of civilian rights but this is always a double ended sword that cuts both ways which is why the policy in place required the two sides to be present indicating the Dye’s Group Theory. Now everyone knows that lawyers love court judgments and trials, case is their business, the more they are the more cash they will pocket. Now there is a bill passed that says that there should be limit on lawsuits against nursing homes. Which is a very good move because in case someone has a genuine claim will only take the step forward and pursue it, rather than lawyers and their clients trying to get some leverage out of it.
Quite an old article and in fact, it is one of the plans that have eaten away the fabric of US economy to this very day, and that is why I think that this is only the elite theory being implemented in this policy making. The opening of the article would seem biased as the author describes that Bush is throwing away all the hard work being put in the economic engine of this country to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor by putting a burden of $1.46 trillion dollars by allowing the private sector to grow, in his own vision of a better America. Now the thing is that not everyone owns a business in the US, most people work on