Technically, it's vaccinate or test, and that's covered by the Commerce clause.What part of the constitution gives the government a right to force my private business to vaccinate?
Absolutely. You can't be forced to vaccinate. As a person who believes in that employees are on an equal footing with employers in negotiations, you should negotiate a refusal to get vaccinated and tested with your employer.Where does it say the government has a right to force me against my religion to vax? I'm actually protected.
Since your not patriotic enough to get vaccinated, I'm not concerned with your opinion here.Get out of here with your "hand on constitution" lying *** .
You are free to not get vaccinated nor tested, and free to negotiate that with your employer.Liberty-
the state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority on one's way of life, behavior, or political views.
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You may want to double check the Commerce clause because it only gives the power to regulate interstate or international commerce and does not give even that limited power to the President.Technically, it's vaccinate or test, and that's covered by the Commerce clause.
Lol reading my post ..Anyone else notice the irony on social media and Fox News of anti vaxxers whining about allegedly unvaccinated immigrants/refugees spreading covid?
We have over two hundred centuries of SCOTUS interpreting the Commerce clause to let us know what can and can not be done. Congress can pass laws the delegate enforcement to the Executive branch, and they did here (OSHA, IIRC). The Executive branch has some latitude in determining how to apply these laws (in this case, on what makes a safe work environment). With the pandemic, they have determined that it is appropriate for the covered employers (those with 100 employees or more) need to have vaccination/testing policies. It's all completely Constitutional.You may want to double check the Commerce clause because it only gives the power to regulate interstate or international commerce and does not give even that limited power to the President.
Care to take a wager on that? Nothing crazy, but how about I pick the image you have to use as an avatar image for 30 days if I'm right, and vice versa? I think it is about as constitutional as the CDC eviction moratorium. There is little doubt this will go before the Supreme Court and we'll see if I'm correct. Are you up for it?It's all completely Constitutional.