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One of the most common arguments raised by dissenters is that vaccine mandates infringe upon unvaccinated people’s human rights and civil liberties.
The short opinion, with Justice Clarence Thomas as the lone dissenter, was the court’s latest attempt to clarify the free-speech rights of the nation’s 50 million public school students, and a rare win for student speech.
Suddenly, Lieber went from perennial dissenter to board president.Big Changes, Tensions Roil Fallbrook Union Elementary School Board|Will Fritz|March 2, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Kagan, although a dissenter in Ramos, suggested this might be another.
Roberts, the other dissenter in the Ramos case, was more difficult to read.
I think you should give the dissenter the respect to respond to the points that he makes.Antonin Scalia Believes in the Devil & 8 More Juicy Bits from the ‘New York’ Magazine Profile|Caroline Linton|October 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Among the committee members, Meretz MK Zehava Gal-On was the sole dissenter.
By expressing my doubts, I am clearly a dissenter in this persistent force for progress.
McCain thinks of himself as a maverick, an unorthodox thinker, a dissenter.
I wanted to see a live Dissenter, I believe, and yet I wished it were over.My Lady Ludlow|Elizabeth Gaskell
New-Rochelle was then a parish, and its rector, of course, considered the French preacher a dissenter.
The four lieutenants stepped out of the way, so that the single dissenter might stand alone.Down the Rhine|Oliver Optic
The squire was interested in the land and the church; the merchant thought more of commerce and was apt to be a dissenter.The English Utilitarians, Volume I.|Leslie Stephen
I heard an earnest middle-aged dissenter preach a sermon on that text a few days ago.Robin|Frances Hodgson Burnett