SCOTUS considers arguments in cases against Biden’s vaccine mandates

SCOTUS considers arguments in cases against Biden’s vaccine mandates


The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) on Friday heard oral arguments in two cases challenging the constitutionality of Joe Biden’s federal vaccine mandates, signaling the possibility of striking them down.

The court heard arguments for the OSHA case (National Federation of Independent Business v. Department of Labor) and the health care vaccine case (Biden v. Missouri).

The oral arguments for the OSHA case lasted over two hours, and it appeared that most of the Supreme Court Justices were critical of Biden’s administrative actions to implement a nationwide vaccine mandate while utilizing OSHA as an enforcement unit.

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Several of the Justices pressed the Solicitor General on the question of why OSHA has taken such a deep interest in the coronavirus vaccines, despite

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