The Situation: Supreme Court Opinion

The Supreme Court denied Biden's OSHA mandate. Michael reviewed the opinion that came out. It clearly pointed out that this "emergency" took five months. Way to show a sense of urgency Mr. President.

Here's a paragraph from the opinion and read the full document here.

The dissent contends that OSHA’s mandate is comparable to a fire or sanitation regulation imposed by the agency. See post, at 7–9. But a vaccine mandate is strikingly unlike the workplace regulations that OSHA has typically imposed. A vaccination, after all, “cannot be undone at the end of the workday.” In re MCP No. 165, 20 F. 4th, at 274 (Sutton, C. J., dissenting). Contrary to the dissent’s contention, imposing a vaccine mandate on 84 million Americans in response to a worldwide pandemic is simply not “part of what the agency was built for.”

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