U.S. Supreme Court

Biden Administration/OSHA Vaccine Mandate

Bill description

The United States Supreme Court issued a 6-3 ruling that blocked the Biden Administration from enforcing the highly-politicized vaccine and testing mandate for private businesses with over 100 employees, of which would have affected over 80 million Americans.    


The Court concluded that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was acting outside of their allotted power to “set workplace safety standards,” comparing COVID-19 to “any universal risk [that] is no different from the day-to-day dangers that all face from crime, air pollution, or any number of communicable diseases."  Even more so, the Supreme Court was concerned by OSHA’s significant expansion of “regulatory authority without clear Congressional authorization,” providing the Justices with even more conviction to blockade the mandate.  


The Supreme Court has decided to allow the Biden Administration to move forward with their vaccine mandate for almost all healthcare workers who are employed by facilities that receive Medicare or Medicaid funding.  


The bench defended their argument with the position that “these cases are not about the efficacy or importance of COVID-19 vaccines. They are only about whether [the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services] has the statutory authority to force healthcare workers, by coercing their employers, to undergo a medical procedure they do not want and cannot undo.”


With the healthcare system in an already chaotic state due to understaffing and regulation, the authorization of this mandate is not predicted to bode well for the welfare and success of the American healthcare system.

Do you want to see the restoration of America and the conservation of Biblical values? Time to prove it. Stand up, speak out, and let your voice be heard.

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