‘That’s Just Asking for Trouble, Isn’t It?’: Mass. Justices Mull Unemployment Benefits for Employee Fired Over Refusing COVID Vaccine

At oral arguments Wednesday regarding whether a home health aide who was fired for violating her employer’s COVID-19 vaccination policy is owed unemployment benefits, several Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court justices appeared wary of denying benefits to employees who express sincerely held religious beliefs.


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