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“This emergency standard allowed employers to require vaccinations or to permit workers to refuse to be vaccinated, so long as they were tested once a week and wore a mask at work: a very modest burden.”Labor Secretary Marty WalshMarty WalshRenewed support for unions belies anti-labor laws in most states Kellogg's workers vote to end months-long strike Biden administration unveils efforts to add to trucking workforce MORE said in a statement in response to the ruling that “OSHA will be evaluating all options to ensure workers are protected from this deadly virus.”He said he was also disappointed in the court’s decision, calling it a setback on health and safety for workers and said that OSHA stands by the standard as the “best way to protect the nation’s workforce.”The Supreme Court also on Thursday ruled 5-4 to uphold a vaccine mandate for health providers at federally-funded facilities, a move that Biden said “will save lives.”White House press secretary Jen PsakiJen PsakiPsaki: Why is GOP afraid of presidential debates?

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