Missouri’s Attorney General is the leader of a coalition of 10 states that have filed a joint lawsuit against the current president of America over his insane vaccine mandates.
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Though a legal fight has been already won, when a federal court paused the mandate for private companies, however, the silly rules stating that health care workers must be fully vaccinated, still stand.
The health care worker mandate, which covers more than 17 million nurses and others, doesn’t include a testing opt-out.
The coalition says the mandate is unlawful under federal law in part because the federal government is trying to wrest away compulsory vaccination power that has “always been the province of—and still properly belongs to—the states.”
“Vaccination requirements are matters that depend on local factors and conditions. Whatever might make sense in New York City, St Louis, or Omaha could be decidedly counterproductive and harmful in rural communities like Memphis, Missouri or McCook, Nebraska,” the 58-page filing in federal court in Missouri states.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson, and Alaska Attorney General Treg Taylor filed the suit along with the attorneys general of Arkansas, Kansas, Iowa, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, and New Hampshire. All are Republicans.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Service (CMS), the agency that issued the rule, and the White House didn’t immediately return requests for comment on the lawsuit.
“Federalism allows states to tailor such matters in the best interests of their communities. The heavy hand of CMS’s nationwide mandate does not. This court should thus set aside that rule as unlawful agency action under the Administrative Procedure Act.”
“The Biden administration asserts that the mandate will curb the transmission and spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the CCP virus. The rule acknowledges that many health care workers have recovered from COVID-19 and have some level of immunity as a result. But, citing a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study that was challenged by some scientists, CMS says natural immunity isn’t allowed as an alternative to vaccination,” the Epoch Times reported.
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