Kansas City, Missouri 2021-10-27 17:46:00 –
Kansas City, Missouri (KCTV) — Eric Schmitt, Missouri Attorney General, said he would file a lawsuit with a federal contractor over the obligation of a coronavirus vaccine against “employees on a federal contract.”
“My office was a national leader in pushing back the federal government’s overkill and mask obligations and stopping power-hungry bureaucrats,” Schmidt said in a statement. A federal contractor that requires vaccination. This is a blatant and horrifying federal overkill. My office has filed a proceeding to suspend this obligation against federal contractors by the weekend, and when OSHA announces the following rules, it is ready to file a proceeding against the employer’s vaccine obligations. And you will be able to do it. “
Mr Schmidt said the proceedings would be filed by this weekend.
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