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SCOTUS Blocks The OSHA Vax Mandate — An Interview with Indiana AG Todd Rokita

A 6-3 decision from SCOTUS has put an end to the Biden Administration’s mandate, through Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requiring business with 100+ employees to have 100% vaccination compliance. Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita joins us to discuss.

Additionally, with SCOTUS holding up the Health & Human Services vaccine mandate, does this open up a path to other challenges? Or is the conversation over?

SCOTUS Sides With Right To Privacy In California Case

The government agencies of California wanted to know which citizens were donating to which causes and groups. All the donations are perfectly legal, so the only real reason for wanting this information is to imply sinister intent of the donor, or flat out intimidate people not to donate to the “wrong” groups. In California, “wrong” groups means “not liberal” groups.

Casey Mattox, VP for Legal and Judicial Strategy for Americans For Prosperity, spoke with Tony about the case AFP brought against the Golden State. After seven years of legal battles, the Supreme Court voted in AFP’s favor, 6-3.