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Breaking News: Vaccination rules blocked by the Supreme Court of the United States of America

https://abcnews.go.com/Health/supreme-court-blocks-biden-vaccine-test-mandate-large/story?id=82179446

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Intel will still require it because they fall under the "federal contractor" guidelines. This decision, while a step forward, does not affect them.

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Post ID: @2wqo+1eM3gkPW

The Supreme Court is correct. A virus / pandemic is a universal risk, not a workplace related risk that should be under control or the authority of OSHA. The fact that Biden and his administration believed OSHA was a valid way to enforce pandemic policy shows how inept that administration is. There are MANY more effective policies to fight the pandemic that can be considered OSHA enforcement was a non-starter. OSHA already has a 6+ year backlog on OSHA cases and whistleblower cases, with about 8 - 10 employees per office. OSHA can't even handle the existing work, let alone vaccine enforcement of the entire US... be serious.

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Post ID: @1ipa+1eM3gkPW

All the people who couldn't pass high school chemistry, math, or physics somehow think this is a win.

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Post ID: @1fdn+1eM3gkPW

intel will still require it as the die is already cast.

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