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Just days after the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced the details of its vaccine mandate for employers with 100 workers or more, a federal appeals court in Louisiana has put a temporary halt to the plan, citing “grave statutory and Constitutional issues.”

“The president will not impose medical procedures on the American people without the checks and balances afforded by the Constitution,” said Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry in a statement.

The Biden administration announced in September that it would require employers to ensure that all employees are fully vaccinated or take a Covid test weekly, leaving the full details up to OSHA and the Department of Labor. During that time, Republican-led states have been gearing up to fight the regulation, and lawsuits have now been filed by at least 27 states to challenge the rule.


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