Woodstock, IL – Gary Rabine, candidate for Governor, is issuing the following
statement on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
suspending the implementation of and the enforcement of the mandatory
vaccine mandate on businesses and employees.

“This is a big win for the rights of small business owners and the working men
and women these businesses employ. There is still a long way to go in the
ongoing litigation against the Biden Administration, but the decision to suspend
the enforcement of the mandate ensures small owners and their employees will
be protected while the courts deliberate.

I am proud the Rabine Group of Companies has joined the Job Creators Network
lawsuit against the Biden Administration. Standing up for the Right of
Conscience of my employees is something I take very seriously. My employees
are like family and requiring them to violate their right to make their own
healthcare decisions is wrong. OSHA’s decision to not enforce the Biden
Administration’s unconstitutional vaccine mandates is welcome news for
employers and employees.”

The Rabine Group of Companies is one of the lead plaintiffs in the Job Creators
Network (JCN) lawsuit in the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit
against the Biden Administration to block the implementation of its vaccine
mandate on small businesses.

The lead plaintiffs in the lawsuit include:
The Rabine Group of Companies (Gary Rabine, Founder)
Lawrence Transportation Company (Eric Lawrence, CEO)
Guy Chemical Company (Guy Berkebile, President)
Independent Bakers Association (Nicholas Pyle, President)
Terri Mitchell, Employee of Guy Chemical Company


Published On: November 18th, 2021 / Categories: Press /