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Biden’s Vaccine Order suffered successive blows (Pictures) | Xiao Ran Court | Republican Party | Current Affairs

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On November 5, 2021, a nurse in Southfield, Michigan, prepares to inject Pfizer’s covid-19 vaccine for children aged 5-11. (Image source: JEFF KOWALSKY/AFP via Getty Images)

[SeeChinaNewsonNovember192021](See Chinese reporter Xiao Ran compiled/comprehensive report) Recently,BidenPrivate enterpriseCompulsory vaccine order encounterContinuous counterattack, following the US appealThe courtAfter the ruling to maintain the suspension of the vaccination order, allRepublican PartyMembers of Congress also formally issued a challenge and face 34 lawsuits from the private sector.

Appeals court upholds suspension of vaccination order

After the U.S. Court of Appeals rejected the challenge raised by the Biden administration and reiterated the decision to suspend the enforcement of the corporate mandatory vaccine order, the U.S. Department of Labor (Occupational Safety and Health Administration, OSHA) stated that the implementation has been suspended. And enforce the Biden administration’s mandatory vaccine order.

The Department of Labor wrote in a statement, “The court ordered OSHA to not take any measures to implement or enforce the vaccine injunction until it obtains a further court ruling.” “Although the Occupational Safety and Health Administration protects itself in emergencies Workers still have confidence in their rights, but the agency has suspended work related to the implementation and enforcement of the vaccine injunction and is waiting for the progress of related litigation.”

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Biden’s mandatory vaccination order stipulates that companies with more than 100 employees ensure that workers receive the COVID-19 vaccine before January 4, 2022, or receive weekly virus tests and wear masks. Violators will face high fines.

On November 12, the Fifth Circuit reiterated its ruling on the 6th that the vaccine injunction “raised concerns about whether it is seriously unconstitutional” and that it “is likely to indeed exceed the authority of the federal government”.

Counterattack from Congress

The counterattack against the vaccine injunction quickly escalated in the U.S. Congress.

On November 17, 50 Republican senators have launched a resolution to oppose the vaccine order in accordance with the Congressional Review Act (Congressional Review Act) in a formal procedure.

Senate Subcommittee on Employment and Workplace Safety (Senate Subcommittee on Employment and Workplace Safety) Chief Republican Braun told Fox News: “Biden’s vaccine order is unconstitutional, infringes on every American’s personal medical decision, and also offensive. The rights of 80 million American workers. Today, my colleagues in the Republican Party and I formally challenged this kind of federal ultra vires. I urge the Senate to vote with a simple majority when the whole house vote on filibuster-proof in early December. This opposition resolution.”

In the next 20 days, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) will review the resolution.

Braun emphasized that they are fighting for rights for all American people. “This kind of federal ultra vires is not a partisan issue. The massive dismissals and worsening labor shortages caused by the order are affecting Americans in 50 states,” he said.

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According to the “Capitol Hill” (The Hill) report, this action by the Senate is consistent with the challenge initiated by Republicans in the House of Representatives. Republican Representative Fred Keller led the action in the House of Representatives.

34 lawsuits merged

At least 27 states, numerous private employers, religious organizations, and other groups have recently sued the Biden government for issuing a vaccine injunction, which is an act beyond authority.

According to the Washington Times, the Federal Court ruled on Tuesday that 34 lawsuits seeking to overturn Biden’s vaccine order were combined into one case, which will be heard by the Federal Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Religious groups and private employers initiated these lawsuits.

Benguet, an attorney at the “League for Freedom” law firm, believes that “The Biden administration through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration stipulates that the decision to compulsory vaccination is illegal, and it forces employers like our clients to interfere with employees’ personal health decisions. .”

“In addition to our cases in other circuit courts, we are happy to hear two key cases in the Sixth Circuit. We look forward to continuing litigation to ensure that no private employers are forced to become government agents to force their employees into medical care. Procedures,” Bangert added.

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