The eight students who have sued Indiana University over its COVID vaccination mandate have filed an opening brief with the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
At issue is IU’s requirement that all students, faculty, and staff to receive COVID vaccinations before they could return to campus for the fall semester with stringent exemptions for those with religious or medical reasons.
In June, the students filed the federal lawsuit and a motion for preliminary injunction, which was denied.
Students appealed and that was dismissed. With their most recent filing, the constitutional challenge against IU’s vaccine mandate continues.
Read more about the case in the statement provided by the students’ attorney at The Bobb Law Firm: