Topics: Vaccine Mandate

NATSO Analysis: Supreme Court Blocks Vaccine and Test Rule

The U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 13, 2022, blocked the Biden Administration from enforcing a "vaccine or testing" mandate for all employers with at least one hundred employees. Technically the Court's decision temporarily stays the rule pending the outcome of a decision on the merits by the Sixth Circuit and any subsequent petition for review of that decision to the Supreme Court.  As a practical matter, the Court's opinion makes clear that the Court's majority does not believe OSHA has the authority to issue the vaccine mandate. But it is hard to see a path forward where OSHA gets this rule reinstated.   More

Looking Ahead: It's 2022


Labor Department Extends Comment Period for COVID-19 Vaccine and Test Rule


Federal Appeals Court Halts Vaccine Mandate

A federal appeals court on Nov. 12 kept in place its "stay" against Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA’s) mandate that all large employers require their workers to get vaccinated or submit to weekly testing starting in January. But it's not the final word on the matter. More

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