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Rokita files third suit against vaccine mandates

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INDIANAPOLIS (WOWO): For the third time now, Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita has filed a lawsuit against President Biden’s federal COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

This latest lawsuit is against a Medicare and Medicaid rule that requires all health care workers at facilities that participate in either of the federal programs to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

The rule does not allow for an option to submit to weekly testing if an employee doesn’t want to get the shot, and Rokita says that it’s a “gross executive overreach.”

He’s also suing against a mandate that all federal contractor employees be vaccinated as well as one that requires either vaccinations or weekly testing for companies that employ 100 or more people.

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Options Please November 16, 2021 at 2:08 pm

As far as the weekly testing “option”…that cost should be at the Government’s expense, NOT the employee. Otherwise, they will make is so expensive that people’s hand will be forced to either quit their job or get the “Vaccine”. Peoples’ Livelihood shouldn’t be taken away for this Political nonsense.

Cks November 18, 2021 at 2:07 am

I won’t work for any company that implements this unconstitutional mandate. If we lose bodily autonomy, we are not a free people in any sense of the word. Shame on all the fascists.


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