September 29, 2021

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Note on Illegal Immigrants: Arizona sues Biden for vaccination rules

Note on Illegal Immigrants
Arizona is suing Biden over vaccination rules

In the fight against rising corona infections, US President Biden has also relied on compulsory vaccination for federal employees. Arizona’s attorney general says this is “unconstitutional.” His reason: the guidelines are detrimental to U.S. citizens compared to illegal immigrants.

Arizona became the first U.S. state to go to court against President Joe Biden’s new corona vaccine requirements. Arizona’s Attorney General Mark Brnovich said it was “unconstitutional” for compulsory vaccination for federal employees and vaccination or testing for employees of large business owners.

“The government cannot force people to get vaccinated against Govt-19,” the Republican said. Democrat Biden’s government has once again ignored existing laws “in order to advance its radical agenda.”

In a lawsuit filed in federal court, Bronovich argues that the new vaccine requirements will have a disadvantage for U.S. citizens compared to “illegal immigrants” – they are not subject to compulsory vaccination. “There is no vaccine requirement for immigrants crossing the southern (US) border illegally.” It represents an “unconstitutional choice for illegal immigrants”. Arizona is on the border with Mexico.

Last week, due to a sharp increase in the number of infections, Biden announced the Corona vaccine duty on federal employees and employees of government contractors. In addition, companies with more than 100 employees must ensure that their employees are vaccinated or tested once a week. According to Biden, these activities affect about a hundred million people.

Former President Donald Trump’s Republicans immediately announced they would appeal against the vaccine requirements. Conservatives are also opposed to compulsory vaccinations and reject masks.

In the United States, the number of corona infections and deaths has risen sharply again since July. Experts say this is primarily due to the spread of delta variation. In addition, there are large numbers of people in the United States who do not want to be vaccinated, while corona restrictions have been completely lifted in many parts of the country.

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