This morning the Biden regime announced that it may expand the politically divisive vaccine mandate to businesses with less than 100 employees, subjecting small businesses – the backbone of America’s economy – to $14,000 fines if they do not fire their unvaccinated workers or test them weekly for COVID-19.
After the news broke this morning that the Biden regime was moving ahead with its COVID-19 vaccine mandate despite staggering losses in Virginia, it was later reported that the vaccine mandate may be expanded after a 30-day public comment period.
“OSHA left open the possibility of expanding the requirement to smaller businesses,” reported the Associated Press. “It asked for public comment on whether employers with fewer than 100 employees could handle vaccination or testing programs.”
Currently, businesses with more than 100 employees must fire their unvaccinated workers or face fines of $14,000 per employee from OSHA, a regulatory agency within the Department of Labor. Read more…