Oregon State Troopers Shot Down in their attempt to avoid getting the shot

MADRAS, Ore. (KTVZ) – A retired Oregon Supreme Court justice has rejected a request by 33 Oregon State Police troopers for a temporary restraining order in their lawsuit seeking to block Oregon’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate and its associated deadline of Oct. 18, which could be followed by dismissals.

Thursday’s opinion came the day after a virtual court hearing was held by retired Justice Jack Landau to hear arguments in the lawsuit filed a month ago in Jefferson County Circuit Court by Portland attorney Dan Thenell on behalf of the troopers and the Fraternal Order of Police, claiming the mandate violates personal rights and freedoms and was not authorized by the state Legislature.

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