Update: December 23, 2021: Justice Brett Kavanaugh has chosen to allow the full court to preside over applications for another stay on this mandate. These applications were submitted after the Sixth Circuit lifted the stay, declaring the mandate valid and re-enacting it nationwide. SCOTUS will hear oral arguments for the […]
Maryland Judge Deborah Chasanow has denied a request for a preliminary injunction regarding the federal employee mandate. Read the full...
Today, Judge Merryday denied requests for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction on the executive orders issued by President Biden that require vaccination of federal employees and members of the armed forces. Read the full...
Informed Choice Maryland is one of several esteemed organizations in our movement working to support this critical piece of federal legislation that would ban vaccine mandates nationwide. The NICE Act has been introduced in Congress this month with ten co-sponsors. We encourage you to review it and share it with […]
We at Informed Choice Maryland are thrilled to endorse Delegate Dan Cox in his run for Maryland governor. No Maryland elected official has done more to protect informed medical choice than Delegate Cox has during his single term representing District 4 in the Maryland state legislature. Last year on Monday, […]
The Covid-19 pandemic has inspired numerous public officials, corporate entities, and media outlets to call for increasing restrictions on civil liberties which deeply concern many Americans. Microsoft founder Bill Gates recently called for a “national tracking system similar to South Korea,” Forbes reports. Gates, considered the founder of the microcomputer […]
April 3, 2020 Informed Choice Maryland strongly endorses the World Health Organization (WHO) guidance on pregnancy and breastfeeding for Covid-19 infected mothers and babies. The evidence-based WHO recommendation encourages companions to be with the mothers during labor, and encourages healthcare providers to support mothers and babies in maintaining skin-to-skin contact […]
A study completed by professionals with the Centre for Global Public Health and the Institute of Health and Society and published in the Royal Society of Medicine casts serious doubt on the potential for the HPV vaccine—Gardasil—to prevent cervical cancer in women. The study abstract notes: We conducted a critical appraisal of […]