Coronavirus rulings

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Coronavirus rulings are court decisions relating to the coronavirus pandemic, social distancing, mask mandates, shutdowns, interference with early medication, mandatory vaccination, and elections.

On September 14, 2020, a Trump-appointed judge in the Western District of Pennsylvania William Stickman became one of the first to rule against a broad shutdown in connection with the coronavirus, in County of Butler v. Wolf, Civil Action No. 2:20-cv-677 (W.D. Pa.).

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