Justices Weigh Final Briefs In Vaccine Case That Could Narrow EPA Powers

January 5, 2022
As the Supreme Court prepares for oral argument in suits testing the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccination rules, parties on all sides have filed their final briefs, teeing up major constitutional and statutory questions that echo separate challenges to EPA’s authority to regulate power plants’ greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act. The high court will hear argument Jan. 7 on whether to stay vaccination rules issued by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Occupational Safety...

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