The Supreme Court is going to hear challenges to two of Biden’s vaccine mandates on Jan 7th.
The first one is Biden’s vaccine-or-test mandate for large businesses.
The second is the federal vaccine mandate for healthcare workers.
JUST IN – U.S. Supreme Court to hear arguments on Biden's vaccine-or-test mandate for large businesses and the federal vaccine mandate for health workers on January 7.
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The Supreme Court late Wednesday agreed to hear legal challenges to two of the Biden administration’s Covid-19 vaccine mandates for large employers and health-care facilities.
The court, in an order, said that its consideration for requests to stay those mandates would be deferred until oral argument on Jan. 7.
The Supreme Court consolidated the applications of both challenges, which were considered by Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Justice Samuel Alito, and both will be heard on Jan. 7.
Lower court orders, which allowed the employer mandate and partially allowed the health-care worker mandate, will remain in effect until then.
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