Waiting (im)patiently until 10 am for this Supreme Court OSHA vax-or-test mandate ruling like…
Perhaps, I’ll be back later today with a second blog post.
Eventually **clicks refresh again on the Supreme Court’s website**, yes, eventually, the Supreme Court is going to decide whether to stay OSHA’s vax-or-test mandate a/k/a the Emergency Temporary Standard a/k/a the ETS.
If the Supreme Court enters a stay, that means the ETS is dead, right?
Well, maybe not everywhere–especially if your state has an OSHA-approved state plan.
We still don’t know **clicks refresh on the Supreme Court’s website** whether the OSHA vax-or-test mandate will survive Supreme Court scrutiny.
In an unintentionally-pervy post a few days ago, I told you that the CDC was considering amending its COVID-19 isolation guidance for asymptomatic individuals (and those with resolving symptoms) to include testing.
That change did follow. Except, here’s the thing. You can test if you want to. Or you can leave those tests behind.
If it had anything to do with COVID-19 vaccination mandates, y’all were reading. That and the third-most-read post, which leaves me wondering whether I should be taking out a restraining order against some of you. Continue reading
Perhaps it was the Philadelphia Eagles 34-10 thrashing of the New York Giants yesterday, or maybe it’s just my love for employment law blogging — nah, probably the former — that has energized me to add a post today during the final week of 2021. Continue reading