Lawsuits over workplace vaccine rule focus on states' rights


Officials in at least half of the states in the U. S. have filed court challenges against president Biden's workplace vaccine mandate for companies with more than one hundred employees the new OSHA requirement will take effect January fourth Missouri's Attorney General calls it unconstitutional unlawful and on wives but president Biden says mandates are prompting people to get their covert shops already received organizations that have adopted vaccination requirements increased vaccination rates by more than twenty percentage points he says prevention is the key to stopping the pandemic and bolstering the economy we need to prevent infections not way to treat them once they happen the administration is expressing confidence the work place vaccine or test requirement will withstand legal challenges because federal safety rules preempt state laws Jackie Quinn Washington

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