Sixth Circuit Court Lifts Stay on OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published the emergency temporary standard (ETS) on November 5, and it was immediately met by pushback. The ETS requires employers with at least 100 workers to mandate that their employees either get vaccinated, or that they get tested weekly and wear a mask. Several lawsuits were filed by Republican state attorneys general, business alliances, companies and other groups that argued the ETS was an overreach of power by the federal government.
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