President Biden has issued some executive orders regarding vaccines related to COVID.
As expected, there are some who are challenging these orders.
My question is, will a court case challenging these orders continue even if they become moot over the course of the legal process?
For example, Biden says everyone needs to be vaccinated but the disease disappears after two years and the court cases are still in progress. (I made that up for discussion purposes)
Will the court cases continue in order to resolve the question if a president can issue such orders in the future or will it just stop because the problem no longer exists?
Remember this is GQ.
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