We need more vaccinations, but is Biden OSHA rule the way to get it done?

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Author(s) The Advocate editorial board
Source The Advocate
Date January 12, 2022
URL https://www.theadvocate.com/baton_rouge/opinion/our_views/article_19f77432-72f6-11ec-9b21-ffe7742f3a32.html
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Quotes-start.png If the court rejects this industry mandate, in a perverse way the Republican-leaning justices will be doing Biden a favor. The mandate would add a burden to corporations large and small, which would presumably have to sideline reluctant workers at a time when they are struggling to find employees. That would further roil a recovering economy by disrupting the supply chain and compounding an inflation problem that leading Democrats, and the Federal Reserve, claimed would be transitory. Transitory is taking a long time to work through the economy. Quotes-end.png


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This item argues against the position Supreme Court should rule in OSHA's favor on the topic National Federation of Independent Business v. Occupational Safety and Health Administration.