The Court of Appeals temporarily suspends Biden’s vaccine mandate for businesses


An appeals court has issued a suspension and temporarily suspended Joe Biden’s vaccination warrant for companies with 100 or more employees.

The US Court of Appeals ruling for the fifth circuit came after attorneys general from multiple states filed lawsuits against the administration.

The court said it found “serious statutory and constitutional problems” with the warrant.

Labor attorney Seema Nanda told Reuters that the Labor Department was “confident in its legal authority” to issue the rule, which will be enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

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“The Occupational Safety and Health Act explicitly gives OSHA the authority to act quickly in an emergency where the agency detects that workers are in grave danger and a new standard is needed to protect them,” he has declared. “We are fully prepared to defend this standard in court.”

The Reuters report adds that “the two-page order instructs the Biden administration to respond to the request for a permanent injunction against the rule by 5:00 pm Monday.”

The mandate is expected to take effect on January 4 and will apply to 84.2 million workers with 1.9 million jobs in the private sector.

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