On December 17, the Sixth Circuit issued a disappointing reversal of the Fifth Circuit’s stay on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) that mandates vaccine requirements for employers with one hundred or more employees.
The decision came from a split panel of two to one. Judge Jane Stranch, an Obama appointee delivered the opinion. She was joined by Judge Julia Gibbons, a Bush appointee. Judge Joan Larsen, a Trump appointee, dissented. Tomorrow that decision goes to the Supreme Court. Here, I provide a layout of the main points.Continue reading “Breakdown of the Sixth Circuit’s Disappointing Majority Opinion Dissolving Stay on OSHA’s Vaccine Mandate. “