Arizona sues the U.S. administration over mandatory vaccination

Arizona is the first American state to go to court with a demand to declare unconstitutional the latest initiatives of the U.S. administration that introduce mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 for millions of federal employees and employees of private companies, state Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced.

He insists that the requirement to get vaccinated under the threat of losing their jobs, which President Joe Biden extended to all federal employees, employees of contractors of federal authorities, as well as-in the future-employees of firms with a staff of at least 100 people, represents “one of the greatest attacks on individual freedoms, the principles of federalism and the separation of powers” in the history of the country.

“The Attorney General’s office is asking the Arizona District Court to declare the Biden administration’s vaccination and testing policy unconstitutional and return the right to make health care decisions to the citizens of the country – those to whom it belongs,” Brnovich said in a statement.

Biden himself admitted that his decisions, which he announced last week, cover about 100 million Americans – two-thirds of the country’s workforce.

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