With this ruling, states with OSHA-approved State Plans are no longer required to adopt rules that are at least as effective as the proposed mandate. However, for a few reasons, private businesses in these states should still monitor state law. (Credit: tilialucida/Adobe Stock) With this ruling, states with OSHA-approved State Plans are no longer required to adopt rules that are at least as effective as the proposed mandate. However, for a few reasons, private businesses in these states should still monitor state law. (Credit: tilialucida/Adobe Stock)

In a highly anticipated 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) issued a ruling granting a temporary stay of Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) vaccine or weekly testing emergency temporary standard (ETS) for private businesses.

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