Judge denies Mass. state police union bid for vaccination delay

A MASSACHUSETTS Superior Court judge has denied a request by the State Police Association of Massachusetts to delay Gov. Charlie Baker’s state employee coronavirus vaccine mandate, saying the delay would not serve the public interest . / AP FILE PHOTO/TED S. WARREN
BOSTON (AP) – A Massachusetts Superior Court judge has turned down a request by the union that represents 1,800 Massachusetts State Police troopers to delay Gov. Charlie Baker’s state employee coronavirus vaccine mandate. The State Police Association of Massachusetts filed a lawsuit last week saying the Oct. 17 deadline would cause troopers “irreparable harm” and…

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