The 6 justices who held OSHA lacks power to address Covid because the virus isn’t limited to the workplace are blinded by their ideology. NO risks are “limited to the workplace” And, as the 3 dissenters wrote, workers have minimum control over risk in their workplace environments

Jan 15, 2022 · 1:47 PM UTC

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If they could get rid of OSHA all together they would and they probably will.
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I was thinking that this ruling is a step in that direction. Now employers can challenge pretty much any OSHA regulation as addressing a risk not confined to the workplace. Why protect people from accidents at work when they can have accidents at home?
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Seems like we need to recalibrate. A good place to start is with a #constitutionalconvention
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Why not just accept they are an illegitimate court, formed with the purpose to act in bad faith?
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Because then we'd have to do something
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This case was just a convenient opportunity for the courts ideologues to further pare back the ability to regulate worker safety overall.
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You hit it right on the money
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This is also a slap in the face to anybody in the workplace who is vulnerable by disability, for instance. It effectively robs them of the right to work.
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