The Florida government filed a lawsuit against the administration of Joe Biden for imposing mandatory vaccination of all federal government employees and contractors before December 8.
Faced with the stagnation in the immunization process and the increase in new COVID-19 in recent weeks, the Biden administration decided that about two-thirds of American employees should be inoculated against the virus or risk severe penalties and even The dismissal.
According to him legal document, Ron DeSantis, Governor of Florida, considers Biden’s actions illegal as they interfere with employment policies and the state economy.
The republican issued an executive decree to prevent companies in his state from requiring proof of vaccination. He also pointed out that the measure of the White House it violates Florida’s procurement law and overrides federal powers.
“Just a few months ago Joe Biden was saying that it would not be appropriate or legal for the federal government to order these COVID vaccines,” said Governor Ron DeSantis. “But now, somehow, we’ve gone from 15 days to stop the spread to three injections to keep your job. The federal government is exceeding its power and it’s important that we take a stand because in Florida we believe these are options based on circumstances. individual “.
In his repeated policy of opposition to Washington, DeSantis also prohibited the imposition in schools of the use of masks, affirming that the decision belongs to the families. Just a week ago, he announced a Special Session of the Florida Legislature in order to protect employees and defend the right of parents to choose not to have their children receive the school mask and quarantine mandates. The Governor has been working closely with the House and Senate as we move forward and the dates of the Special Session will be announced in the coming days.
Others republican governors They have made public their disagreement with Biden’s measures and it is expected that in the coming days, they will follow the example of Florida and impose demands on the president of the country.
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