Baton Rouge, LA – Today, LABI President and CEO Stephen Waguespack released the following statement on the United States Supreme Court blocking the Biden Administration’s vaccine mandate in a 6-3 decision for private businesses with more than 100 employees.
“This is great news for our members and the entire business community,” said Waguespack. “The unconstitutional vaccine-or-test rules this administration put forward through OSHA would have put a massive burden on companies when many on Main Street are still recovering from the pandemic-induced economic shutdown and struggling to find workers. While we encourage everyone to consult with their doctor about getting vaccinated, there’s no doubt that a one-size-fits-all approach is the wrong one. Employers across the country can rest easier tonight thanks to the Supreme Court’s decision.”
To read the SCOTUS opinion on the workplace vaccine-or-test policy click here.
To read the SCOTUS opinion on the healthcare vaccine mandate click here.
The Louisiana Association of Business and Industry was organized in 1975 to represent Louisiana businesses, serving as both the state chamber of commerce and state manufacturers association. LABI’s primary goal is to foster a climate for economic growth by championing the principles of the free enterprise system and representing the general interest of the business community through active involvement in the political, legislative, judicial and regulatory processes. Find out more information at www.labi.org