The Supreme Court has agreed to hear oral arguments in two cases related to objections against President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates.
The two challenges include arguments against the vaccine mandate for companies of 100 employees or more and for workers at healthcare facilities.
— George Silver Hawk (@BenstksC) December 23, 2021
Numerous companies have joined together in support of the actions against the mandate for private businesses, arguing owners should not be required to enforce mandates.
“We know vaccination requirements work,” a White House official said following a temporary injunction against the employer vaccine mandate.
“The federal government, the country’s largest employer, has successfully implemented its requirement in a way that has boosted vaccinations and avoids any disruptions to operations.”
BREAKING – On Jan. 7, the Supreme Court will hear two cases challenging the Biden Admin’s OSHA vaccine mandate. FLI represents three ministries: Answers in Genesis, Daystar TV and American Family Assoc. Please pray for this case and the argument Jan. 7th. https://t.co/EHeFyYFvXo
— First Liberty Institute (@1stLiberty) December 23, 2021
The oral arguments in the employer vaccine mandate case are expected on Jan. 7, just after the deadline previously set by the Biden administration for Jan. 4.