Governor Ron DeSantis Continues Fight Against Federal Contractor Mandates Following Biden Backpedaling

Press release from the Office of Governor Ron DeSantis

Less than a week after Governor DeSantis announced Florida is suing the Biden Administration for unlawfully requiring mandatory injections for federal contractors, the Biden Administration quietly updated the guidance creating more confusion for businesses and their employees.
“The backtracking by the Biden administration demonstrates that Florida has been right to stand up for people’s jobs and against federal overreach,” said Governor Ron DeSantis. “We are continuing to fight for Floridians. This edict from the Biden Administration is creating chaos for both workers and businesses, as well as putting livelihoods at risk. In Florida, your right to earn a living should not be contingent upon COVID shots. Federal contractors in Florida should suspend their threats of termination over the Biden mandate.”

On October 28, Governor Ron DeSantis and Attorney General Ashley Moody announced a lawsuit against the Biden Administration’s order requiring employees of federal contractors to be vaccinated by December 8, making Florida the first state to bring a comprehensive legal action against the federal contractor vaccine mandate. The lawsuit seeks an immediate end to the unlawful requirement that federal contractors ensure that all employees have received a mandated injection. The lawsuit can be found here.

Governor DeSantis also announced that a Special Legislative Session will begin November 15, 2021, and go no later than November 19, 2021, to provide protections for employees facing discrimination based on COVID-19 vaccine status.

  • They sure want to get you into that Vax database… people with the shot still get sick
    And can still infect others…

    • True – just like all vaccines. But vaccinated people get sick less often, are hospitalized less, and die less than unvaccinated people. Vaccinated people have the potential to transmit virus – but that has not been confirmed. And if they do it is at a much lower rate. Go to the Florida Department of Health website and look at all the vaccinations that are required of us to go to public school. This is why we aren’t dying from measles, polio, small pox, and whooping cough. Adding one more vaccine to the list is not a big deal.

      • In the state of Florida – religious exemptions from your “required vaccinations” for school aged children is granted no questions asked by the local DOH. It is a simple form, and must be granted upon request. Maybe learn about things before you spew misinformation about them. This religious exemption from school vaccinations is protected by the FL constitution.

  • Kudos to him…continuing the fight against the “Brandon Administration.”

    Hard to believe that idiots still believe…

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