Permanent MIOSHA Covid Rules Halted

Date: August 09, 2021

When the Michigan Supreme Court ruled Governor Whitmer’s Executive Orders (under the 1945 Powers of Governor Act) unconstitutional, she began using temporary MIOSHA emergency rules to enforce shutdowns and restrictions on small business. When the clock was running out on her ability to use these emergency rules, she tried to make them permanent through the rules process so they could be applied even after the end of the pandemic. After opposition and pressure from NFIB and other business groups, she directed MIOSHA to rescind the permanent rule proposal.

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