The State of Texas is suing the Biden administration over its unlawful vaccine mandate. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is spearheading the newa lawsuit, which takes on Biden’s vaccine mandate for federal contractors, which requires vaccination against Covid no later than Dec. 8.
The lawsuit argues that the executive order is “a dramatic infringement upon individual liberties, principles of federalism and separation of powers, and the rule of law.” Texas’ lawsuit was filed Friday evening in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
Texas and 10-state coalition file lawsuits challenging Biden’s vaccine mandate for federal contractors
Texas on Friday filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration over its Covid-19 vaccine mandate for federal contractors, calling it unconstitutional.
The move followed an announcement hours earlier from the Missouri Attorney General’s Office that a 10-state coalition had filed its own lawsuit against the administration for imposing a vaccine mandate on federal contractors and federally contracted employees.
DeSantis announces new lawsuit against Biden administration over vaccine mandate requirement for federal contractors
If the President thinks his patience is wearing thin, he is clearly underestimating the lack of patience from Texans whose rights he is infringing.t.co/GrBzt59Q25
— Texas Attorney General (@TXAG) October 29, 2021
TX Attorney General Ken Paxton just told me a lawsuit against the Biden Administration over the vaccine mandate for Federal Workers is being filed today by 20 State Attorneys General. He says they are also seeking a temporary injunction. #Vaccine #VaccineMandate #COVID
— Edward Lawrence (@EdwardLawrence) October 29, 2021
h/t Doorbert Returns