Supreme Court Rejects One Vax Mandate, But Employers Urged to Stay Tuned

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The U.S. Supreme Court’s rejection of a major part of the Biden administration’s plan to boost the vaccination of workers against COVID-19 means many large employers can stand down on their plans to comply with a rule requiring the shots or testing, but they are free to institute their own mandates as long as such efforts don’t violate state and local laws.

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Also, the Court’s 6-3 decision announced January 13 doesn’t interfere with laws local jurisdictions may enact and doesn’t rule out future federal measures that fall within limits acceptable to the justices.

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