DeSantis Sues Biden Administration Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates-US News | The Epoch Times

LAKELAND, Fla.—Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Oct. 28 that Florida is suing President Joe Biden, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson and others over mandates requiring employees of federal contractors to be vaccinated for COVID-19. The lawsuit, filed Oct. 28 in a U.S. District Court, names as defendants: Biden, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, six other officials, and five federal agencies. In the complaint, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody seeks an injunction to block the federal government from mandating its contractors require all workers to be vaccinated by Dec. 8. “We have a responsibility to stand up to those requiring vaccine mandates, or new mandates will just keep coming,” said DeSantis, a Republican. “We’ve gone from 15 days to slow the spread, to three jabs to keep your job. Are you kidding me?” While DeSantis was making the announcement, space workers 100 miles to the east on the Atlantic coast were wrapping up an …

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