Here is what Gov. Noem, Rep. Johnson and Sen. Thune had to say about the vaccine mandate ruling

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  • Joe Biden
    Joe Biden
    46th and current president of the United States

Jan. 13—South Dakota state leaders weighed in on the U.S. Supreme Court decision to block President Biden's vaccine mandate for large employers in the United States.

The court acted after hearing arguments last Friday

in the legal fight over temporary mandates issued in November by two federal agencies aimed at increasing U.S. vaccination rates and making workplaces and healthcare settings safer.

In related news,

President Joe Biden on Thursday said he will deploy more military health workers

to six U.S. states beginning next week, and give Americans free masks and more free tests to tackle the fast-spreading Omicron variant around the country.

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