Health Care

CAC Alert: OSHA Policy on COVID-19 Vaccination or Testing

Is the OSHA policy that imposes vaccination-or-test requirements on employers with 100 or more employees an unconstitutional delegation of legislative authority? CAC argues it is not. Watch CAC’s Appellate Counsel Smita Ghosh discuss oral argument.

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