Tulsa, Oklahoma 2021-09-17 12:05:47 –
Washington DC—Oklahoma Attorney General O’Connor and 23 other Attorney Generals sent a letter to President Biden on Friday stating that the proceedings would continue if the government’s proposed mission was required.
The Biden administration’s proposed mission will require private sector employees to take COVID-19 shots, submit them for weekly tests, or be fired.
The 24 AG coalition outlined legal and policy concerns regarding missions carried out through the Emergency Temporary Standards of the Industrial Safety and Health Act.
“Federal overkill is a consistent issue, and President Biden has now taken it to the next level,” said Oklahoma Attorney General O’Connor. “Biden’s national vaccine obligation is clearly an abuse of power, and if he doesn’t change course, I and my lawyer’s general colleagues are ready to file a proceeding to defend Oklahoman’s rights. I am. “
The AG Confederation wrote down concerns about the expansion of federal agencies and public awareness of constitutionality.
Part of the letter states:
“The risk of COVID-19 infection also depends greatly on the nature of the business in question. Many of them, for example, allow employees to work remotely. The all-purpose approach you have proclaimed is the OSHA method. Using it as an excuse, it makes it clear that we intend to impose unprecedented, controversial public health measures nationwide that happen to be relevant only to the workplace. “
Oklahoma has been joined by the Attorney Generals of Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, and 18 other states.
You can read the complete letter here.
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