President Joe Biden’s requirement that all companies with 100 or more employees provide vaccines has been temporarily delayed by an appeals court injunction.
Attorneys general from several states filed cases against the administration, which resulted to the Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals decision.
The court ruled that the purported mandate had “severe statutory and constitutional” problems.
Texas’ Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton tweeted on Saturday, “Yesterday, I sued the Biden Admin over their unlawful OSHA vax mandate.”
“WE WON. The 5th Circuit just this morning halted the mandate, citing “severe statutory and constitutional difficulties.” I’ll continue to fight against this Administration’s unconstitutional overreach until the battle is won.
The appeal prevents President Biden, according to Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, “from advancing.”According to her, “the Occupational Safety and Health Act specifically grants OSHA the ability to act fast in an emergency where the agency finds that workers are exposed to a grave hazard and a new standard is essential to safeguard them.” “We are ready and willing to defend this standard in court,” they said.
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