Lawsuit Against Vaccine Requirements for Healthcare Workers Accelerated By Judge

The poll shows that confidence in President Biden’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic has slipped 10 points. Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images

A judge has expedited a case against the COVID-19 vaccination mandate for healthcare workers by the Biden administration. Judge Terry Doughty expedited a lawsuit from 12 states, led by Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry.

“Biden’s Jab or Job Policy is unconstitutional, and it is immoral. In a press release, Landry stated that it is another attempt to break America’s working-class backs. It also represents an unprecedented attack against access to healthcare services for the poor or elderly. “I am happy with Judge Doughty’s expedited order and look forward to defeating the federal government overreach.”

Other states that are involved in the lawsuit include Alabama, Arizona and Georgia, Idaho, Indiana. Mississippi, Montana. Oklahoma, South Carolina. Utah.

The suit challenges the mandate of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to ensure that all full- and part-time employees and contractors at facilities that receive federal Medicare and Medicaid funding are given the COVID vaccine.

All briefs related to the case must be submitted by December 1 in order to expedite the briefing schedule

Judge Doughty’s order was two pages in length.

Landry stated that he would continue to fight against the Biden administration’s mandate and other similar ones. “Joe Biden may continue to bully our citizens. But I will continue fighting for them, and the main principle of our great nation – freedom.”

Keep an eye on this case as it goes before the court. We will be keeping an eye on the court to see which states are able to obtain medical freedom for their citizens.