Supreme Court Decides to Hear Challenges to Biden’s Vaccine Mandates

Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate continues to get destroyed in the courts as being unsafe, unwise, and unconstitutional.

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The Supreme Court has finally agreed to hear disputes over the Biden’s nationwide vaccine-or-testing COVID-19 mandate for large businesses.

The high court will also hear a separate vaccine requirement for healthcare workers.

Despite the deadly global pandemic, healthcare workers themselves do not agree with forcing the drug injection without allowing for health or religious exemptions.

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Oral arguments will be heard Jan. 7 for the two cases.

Rulings are expected to follow shortly after the hearings.

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The court, which has a 6-3 conservative majority, delayed action on emergency requests in both cases that sought an immediate decision. The workplace mandate is currently in effect nationwide, while the healthcare worker mandate is blocked in half the 50 U.S. states.

The challenges reached the high court as the new, highly transmissible Omicron variant surges, with public health officials bracing for a “tidal wave” of cases in the United States.

An appeals court on Friday allowed the workplace mandate, which covers 80 million American workers, to go into effect, prompting businesses, states and other groups challenging the policy to ask the Supreme Court to block it.

The other case concerns whether the administration can require healthcare workers at facilities that treat federally funded Medicare and Medicaid patients to receive shots while litigation continues.

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The Biden administration asked the court to allow the policy to go into effect in 24 states in which it was blocked by lower courts. It is also blocked in Texas in a separate case not before the justices.

President Joe Biden in September unveiled regulations to increase the adult vaccination rate as a way of fighting the pandemic, which has killed more than 800,000 Americans and weighed on the economy.