Jen Psaki appears to defend mandates for law enforcement despite pushback

White House press secretary Jen Psaki appears to defend the mandates for law enforcement despite some of the rank and file members pushing back against it. Not everyone is happy with mandates and some are voicing opinions against it, quitting their jobs, or facing consequences at work such as being put on unpaid leave, fired, or anything else that the employer determines. It's an ongoing issue in America and not everyone is on the same page with things.

Chicago is one city facing a dilemma related to this scenario. As stated on USA Today: "In Chicago, the police union and mayor have publicly feuded over a citywide vaccine mandate. The deadline for city employees to report their vaccination status was last Friday. More than one-third of Chicago police officers didn’t do so, according to city data.

A “very small number” of Chicago police officers declined additional opportunities to report their vaccination status Monday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said. They were sent home without pay and could face disciplinary action.

Lightfoot accused the union of spreading misinformation and doubt about the reporting process, which asks for vaccination status and allows for a temporary window of regular coronavirus testing at the employee's own expense until vaccines can be administered."

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