Yesterday the Supreme Court blocked the Biden Administration from enforcing OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) which imposed vaccine-or-test requirements for large employers.
The ETS would have required workers at businesses with 100 or more employees to provide proof of vaccination or to submit a negative COVID test each week and to wear masks while at work.
The Biden Administration had argued before the Supreme Court that the rules were necessary to address the “grave danger” posed by COVID-19. But the Court’s 6-3 conservative majority refused to permit the ETS to go into effect.
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