Challenges to Joe Biden’s OSHA vax mandate was assigned to the conservative-leaning 6th US Circuit Court of Appeals after a ping-pong lottery.
In September the Biden Regime targeted the private sector and mandated all employees get jabbed or tested weekly for Covid… OR ELSE.
In addition to telling all 2.1 million federal employees to get jabbed or face firing, the Biden regime mandated all companies with 100+ employees to either test workers or prove they are vaccinated.
Small businesses that do not comply with the Biden Regime’s new Covid mandates will face hefty fines.
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The mandate was supposed to go into effect January 4, 2022.
However the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on Friday evening upheld its decision to put a halt on Biden’s vax mandate for businesses with 100 employees.
Challenges to the Fifth Circuit’s ruling landed in the 6th Circuit after a ping-pong ball lottery.
“The DC-based Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation conducted the lottery. Under the unusual system mandated by Congress, officials will the name of each of the judicial circuits with an active challenge on a ping pong ball which was then placed in a solid wood raffle drum. Panel clerk John Nichols drew the ball, with an operations supervisor as the signed witness, according to court records.” CNN reported.
Although the 6th Circuit has twice as many judges appointed by Republican presidents, the three-judge panel (which has yet to be determined) could still be stacked with liberals.
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