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Professor Doron Dorfman writes “NFIB v. OSHA and Its Contradiction with the GOP’s Disability Employment Agenda”

Posted on Wednesday 3/16/2022
Professor Doron Dorfman

At the Harvard Law School Petrie-Flom Center’s Public Health blog, Profeessor Doron Dorfman writes, “NFIB v. OSHA and Its Contradiction with the GOP’s Disability Employment Agenda”.

Dorfman summarizes, “Outside of the statutory interpretation and administrative law questions that NFIB v. OSHA raises, it is important to contextualize the decision in terms of the long-held views of the GOP regarding disability law and policy. Looking at this decision through a disability legal studies and political economy lens reveals the contradiction between the push to get back to in-person work and participation of disabled employees in the labor market.”