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Federal judge rejects bid to stop Washington vaccine mandate


SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A federal judge in Eastern Washington on Monday denied a bid by firefighters, state troopers and others to halt Washington’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for state workers and emergency responders. A group of workers is suing Gov. Jay Inslee, Spokane Fire Chief Brian Schaeffer, Washington State Patrol Chief John Batiste and others. The workers say their civil rights are being violated by the requirement they get vaccinated to continue in their jobs.   The plaintiffs filed a motion for a temporary restraining order, but KXLY reports U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Rice denied the motion. Oct. 18 was the deadline for thousands of workers in Washington to prove they’ve been fully vaccinated as a condition of their continued employment.

Associated Press



      1. When you’re on the same side as the dude
        who approved beagle pups be locked in
        cages so their faces can be eaten alive by
        giant sand flies, with the dogs having had
        their vocal cords severed so they cannot
        cry out in pain…

        You’re probably not on the side of the “good guys”.
        Just sayin’

        1. LOL!! Not surprised you don’t want to talk about big fat failed and fired donnie the orange snowflake!!! Soooooo much losing!! Trump kooks unite for your great and dear leader will soon be reinstated!!!

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