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The Biden administration spent their first year in office overreaching into every aspect of American life, the most dangerous of which is its unconstitutional vaccine mandate for private businesses.
Since their announcement in November, the mandates have remained under intense legal scrutiny, losing major battles across federal courts. One of the main objections from courts is the lack of power the Executive Branch has to enforce mandates like this. Many courts have upheld that this kind of action can only come from the Legislative Branch.
A police officer maintains a watch during a demonstration by victims of gun violence in front of the Supreme Court as arguments begin in a major case on gun rights on Nov. 3, 2021 in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Joshua Roberts/Getty Images) (Joshua Roberts)
This week, the case will be argued in front of the Supreme Court—an important step to finally put these mandates behind us.
I hear from constituents every day who are terrified of the consequences of this mandate. Business owners despise the government reaching even further into their operations;