• BLOG # 106

El Tribunal de Apelaciones amplía el bloqueo sobre el mandato de vacunación de Biden para los empleadores

• BLOG # 106

Appeals Court Extends Block on Biden’s Vaccine Mandate for Employers


A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held that challengers were likely to succeed in their claim that the mandate was an unlawful overreach.

A federal appeals court has kept its block in place against a federal mandate that all large employers require their workers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus or submit to weekly testing starting in January, declaring that the rule “grossly exceeds” the authority of the occupational safety agency that issued it.
In a filing asking the Fifth Circuit to withdraw its stay this week, the Justice Department argued that requiring large employers to force their workers to get vaccinated or submit to weekly testing was well within the authority granted by Congress to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA. It also said blocking the mandate would have dire consequences.

Keeping the mandate from coming into effect “would likely cost dozens or even hundreds of lives per day, in addition to large numbers of hospitalizations, other serious health effects and tremendous costs,” the Justice Department said in its filing. “That is a confluence of harms of the highest order.”

The ruling by the panel of the Fifth Circuit is unlikely to be the final word. Some challenges to the mandate are in other circuits, and the cases will be consolidated before a randomly chosen one of those jurisdictions. The Supreme Court is expected to eventually decide the matter.


I am sure this is headed to the Supreme Court, where the ex-president and his allies placed strategic persons with anti-progressive views of the law.

Estoy seguro de que esto se dirige a la Corte Suprema, donde el expresidente y sus aliados colocaron a personas estratégicas con visiones anti-progresivas de la ley.

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