1. The 6-3 decision was a major victory for Republican-led states and businesses that had challenged the mandate.
The Biden administration had argued that the mandate was necessary to protect workers from the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, the Supreme Court's majority opinion said that OSHA does not have the authority to issue vaccine mandates for businesses with more than 100 employees.
1. The decision is a setback for the Biden administration's efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, the administration said that it is still committed to protecting workers from the virus.
1. The administration is considering other options for requiring businesses to require their employees to be vaccinated.
The decision is likely to have a significant impact on businesses and workers across the country.
It is unclear how many businesses will now require their employees to be vaccinated.
It is also unclear how many employees will now choose to get vaccinated. The decision is likely to be the subject of further legal challenges.