SCOTUS to Hold Historic Special Hearing Friday on Biden Vaccine Mandates
Marisa Lloyd

SCOTUS to Hold Historic Special Hearing Friday on Biden Vaccine Mandates

Governor Little

BOISE – Governor Brad Little commented Thursday on the U.S. Supreme Court's plans to hold a special hearing Friday, January 7 to hear oral arguments on President Joe Biden's OSHA vaccine mandate on private business and the CMS vaccine mandate on healthcare workers.

Governor Little provided the following comment on this historic step.

"Idaho is engaged in three lawsuits that are working to halt Biden's vaccine mandates on American citizens. We are hopeful the U.S. Supreme Court will act quickly in ruling against these unlawful mandates. The majority of the nation’s governors - including me - oppose Biden’s damaging and ineffective vaccine mandate policies, but he continues to push them on citizens, businesses, and the states. Collectively the states will give a voice to the millions of Americans being coerced and cornered by the President," Governor Little said.

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