Supreme Court's employer vaccine mandate stay a big win for small businesses
Andy McCarthy ‘disappointed’ on some aspects of SCOTUS ruling on mandates
Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Andy McCarthy discusses Supreme Court’s decision to block the OSHA mandate on ‘Fox Business Tonight.’
The Supreme Court stood up for small businesses with its decision Thursday to stop the Biden administration's illegal employer vaccine mandate from taking effect. The decision to block this Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule comes in response to a challenge brought by the Job Creators Network and its small business co-petitioners as well as other groups.
By stopping this mandate from taking effect, the Supreme Court has freed small businesses to focus on bringing the American economy and labor market back to their pre-pandemic peak.
SUPREME COURT BLOCKS BIDEN OSHA VACCINE MANDATE, ALLOWS RULE FOR HEALTH CARE WORKERS
The court confirmed what JCN has long argued: OSHA does not have the authority to implement this sweeping regulation that will burden American businesses, including many small businesses, with new costs and exacerbate the historic labor shortage.
In its decision, the court wrote, "It is telling that OSHA, in its half century of existence, has never before adopted a broad public health regulation of this kind—addressing a threat that is untethered, in any causal sense, from the workplace.