G. McConway
January 14, 2023

Appeals Court Deals Biden Administration Significant Loss

Joe Biden's vaccine mandates are not having much success in the courts.

It turns out that you really are not permitted to force people to put a needle in their arm.

A case initiated by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has held up, and it is not good news for the Biden administration.

Too Much

The question at hand was whether this administration could force government contractors to get the vaccine for doing business with the government.

The decision came down from the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.

The ruling stated, "We decline the government's invitation to construe as authorizing the President to ignore the limits inherent in the Property Act's operative provisions in favor of an 'anything goes' pursuit of a broad statutory purpose."

Cameron celebrated the decision, stating, "We argued that the federal contractor vaccine mandate is unlawful and that the Biden administration does not have the authority to impose such a sweeping mandate on Kentuckians."

He continued, "For over a year, the Biden administration has fought against us, but the court has agreed with our legal arguments and has halted the federal contractor vaccine mandate for Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee."

The lawsuit originated in November 2021, which is when the order was halted by the Biden administration while this all plays out in the courts.

In addition to Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee joined the lawsuit.

There is little doubt the administration will take this to the Supreme Court, but I really do not see the court overturning two lower court decisions.

History has shown they either decline the case and refer it back to the lower court or hold up the decision if it is has been consistent.

Source: Fox News

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