New States Join Legal Call To Stop President Biden’s Executive Order On Federal Contractors and Subcontractors COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
President Joe Biden’s leadership faces yet another slew of legal actions filed by a number of states in relation to his order to require vaccines to contractors and subcontractors working for the federal government.
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The state governments of Mississippi, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, and Louisiana and their legal representatives join 11 other states that have already filed their own separate lawsuits against the United States’ leader.
The Federal Vaccine Mandate Class Action Lawsuits are a series of different yet similar legal courses for lawsuits filed by respective states after the Democratic President signed and authorized a September executive order covering vaccine mandates.
In the signed document, the President requires all of the federal government’s contractors and subcontractors and their employees to get the Coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) vaccine on or before the 8th of December. Or they are forced to comply with the order on the first day of their contract with the White House.
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Legal observers say that the newest executive order is an expansion of the federal government’s move to get more Americans to avail the jab against COVID-19, starting with workers that they have authority on.
As soon as the news of the signing broke out, state governments soon filed cases against the leadership in different courts across the country.
They argue that the order violates each state’s constitutionally guaranteed rights, transgresses the Administrative Procedure Act, and is a clear sign of abuse of executive power.
Furthermore, they contend that the potential job losses the vaccine mandate may cause will have a negative impact on employees, their families, and the nation’s overall economic prospects.
All of the suing states in the Federal Vaccine Mandate Class Action are looking to force the court to stop President Biden’s executive order from taking full effect.
Consider The Consumer will continue to update you on the developments of this case.
Editor’s Note on Federal Vaccine Mandate Class Action Lawsuits:
This blog post aims to update you on the class action cases filed to prevent the implementation of President Joe Biden’s executive order on vaccine mandates for federal workers. You might also be interested in the Twitter Freedom of Speech Lawsuit.
Case Name(s) & No.(s): Missouri, et al. v. Biden, et al.; Case No.: 4:21-cv-01300; Florida v. Nelson, et al.; Case No.: 8:21-cv-02524; Commonwealth of Kentucky, et al. v. Biden, et al.; Case No.: 3:21-cv-00055; and Louisiana, et al. v. Biden, et al.; Case No.: 1:21-cv-03867
Jurisdiction: United States (U.S.) District Courts for the Eastern District of Missouri, Middle District of Florida, Eastern District of Kentucky, and Western District of Louisiana, respectively
Allegation(s): The White House’s signed COVID-19 vaccine mandate executive order covering federal contractors and subcontractors is unconstitutional and violates different laws.
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