Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-09-16 15:37:00 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WSMV)-The Attorney General of Tennessee has sent a letter to the President hoping that the state will make public health decisions.
In a letter to Joe Biden, AG Herbert H. Slately III said he was concerned about the announcement of COVID-19 national vaccination and testing requirements. The new plan will require all employers with at least 100 employees to be vaccinated or tested weekly.
The president dealt with the pandemic that swept the world on Thursday and called the new plan “the road from the pandemic.”
Mr Slateley said the new mission represents “an unprecedented claim of federal emergency regulatory authority.”
President Joe Biden has given gifts to all major American companies by mandating vaccines or forcing employees to be rigorously tested …
In his letter, Slateley argues that the president’s proposal is “too broad and likely to violate federal law, including both the Industrial Safety and Health Act and the Constitution.”
The AG letter raises the following concerns regarding the proposed mission:
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