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Large Employers Under Attack from OSHA, Attorney General Jeff Landry Sues to Halt Biden Authoritarianism

Louisiana Joins Texas, Mississippi, South Carolina, Utah, and Businesses in Major Legal Challenge

BATON ROUGE, LA – Continuing his fight to defend Louisiana citizens from Joe Biden’s unconstitutional vaccine coercion, Attorney General Jeff Landry today filed a lawsuit challenging the legality of a new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule imposed on businesses with more than 100 employees.

Attorney General Landry’s latest legal action comes just a day after he filed suit to halt the vaccine mandate for federal contractors and mere hours after the Biden Administration issued its Emergency Temporary Standard implementing the mandate through OSHA.

“Just when you think Joe Biden cannot possibly abuse his power any more, he then utilizes his government bureaucrats to threaten private employers,” said Attorney General Landry. “This latest Biden overreach is an egregious attack on the liberties and freedoms our great nation was built upon.”

“I trust our Petition for Review will be granted by the Fifth Circuit, and I look forward to showing them the many statutory and constitutional reasons why the Court must halt implementation of the OSHA rule,” added Attorney General Landry. “I will not waver in standing up for our State and her people – fighting to prevent the government from forcing medical procedures upon our citizens.”


The Petition for Review was filed directly with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.