IU Wins Vaccination Case

Indiana University has won a court case that could have stopped it from requiring the coronavirus vaccine.

The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana in South Bend issued a ruling that denies an injunction sought by at least eight IU students.

The students, who were represented by Terre Haute attorney Jim Bopp, Jr., sued to stop the requirement, on the grounds that the requirement violated their Constitutional rights.

The ruling from the federal court cites other court cases, saying vaccine requirements have been upheld at least twice by federal courts.