The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) withdrew its mandate Tuesday for private companies with over 100 employees after the Supreme Court halted its enforcement, according to First Liberty Institute.
OSHA is not withdrawing its Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard, however, as a proposed permanent rule, which may be adopted in the coming months.
“The Supreme Court made it clear that the President Biden administration’s attempt to federalize the nation’s workforce is blatantly unconstitutional,” said Kelly Shackelford, President, CEO, and Chief Counsel for First Liberty Institute, said in a statement.
The non-profit law firm represents three prominent national religious ministries – Daystar Television Network, the American Family Association, and Answers in Genesis – in consolidated cases challenging Biden’s mandate.
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“OSHA had no choice but to withdraw its unlawful ETS, but it needs to completely put an end to this dangerous government overreach,” Shackelford added. “We will continue to fight on behalf of our clients and the American people to protect them from being forced to violate their faith.”
Several companies, including Starbucks, have reversed their vaccine mandate for workers following the court’s decision.