Republican states prepare for legal battles against the Biden Administrations vaccine mandate;

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At least a dozen Republican governors have already criticized the mandate as an overreach by President Joe Biden.

  • But no legal challenge can come together until the Biden administration puts forward its rules, which it has not yet done, the official noted. Biden announced last week that he had instructed the Department of Labor to develop the requirement, and White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Jeff Zients told reporters on Friday that the rule would be developed within “the coming weeks,” offering no specifics on the timeline.
  • Republican Gov. Mike Parson of Missouri accused Biden on Friday of announcing the mandate in order to distract from the Afghanistan withdrawal crisis.
  • “Missouri will not be a pawn in this publicity stunt that seeks to force Missourians to disclose private health care decisions and dictate private business operations,” Parson said in a statement .
  • Supporters of the president’s approach argue that precedent is on Biden’s side when it comes to requiring vaccines as a condition of employment. Many have cited a 1905 case involving a Massachusetts vaccine requirement, which the Supreme Court upheld, as well as the unchallenged notion that schools, even in states where Republican governors are vociferously opposed to the vaccine mandate, can require children to receive certain immunizations for admission.

SOURCE: WASHINGTONEXAMINER

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