Challenges for the Biden OSHA vaccine mandate awarded to the Cincinnati Court of Appeals

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A federal judicial panel has appointed the 6th Court of Appeal in Cincinnati to hear more than 30 cases filed around the country that challenge the Biden administration’s efforts to mandate employers to force their employees to take the COVID-19 vaccine or be tested weekly.

The Cincinnati Court of Appeals was randomly selected, but eventually removed the case from the 5th Circuit Appeals Court in New Orleans, where a panel of three judges earlier this month blocked the Biden administration from continuing with the rule.

It is not immediately clear which judges on the 6th Circuit will hear the case.

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That Ministry of Justice said in response to the 5th constituency decision that it “will strongly defend” the rules laid down by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which will enter into force on January 4, 2022.

Biden talks about the two-part infrastructure bill in the state dining hall in the White House, Saturday, November 6, 2021 in Washington.

Biden talks about the two-part infrastructure bill in the state dining hall in the White House, Saturday, November 6, 2021 in Washington.
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“This decision is only the beginning of the process of reviewing this important OSHA standard,” a spokesman told Fox News this week. “The department will continue to vigorously defend the standard and look forward to reaching a final solution after consolidating all the pending cases for further review.”

5th District Judge Kurt Engelhardt said that concern over financial uncertainty and opposition to a comprehensive vaccine mandate meant the stay was in the public interest.

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“The public interest is also served by maintaining our constitutional structure and preserving the freedom of individuals to make intensely personal decisions according to their own beliefs – themselves, or perhaps especially when those decisions frustrate officials,” Engelhardt wrote.

At least 27 courts filed challenges in a move to block the federal vaccine mandate on Nov. 4.

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