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Nebraska governor: States looking into how to 'attack' Biden vaccine mandate in court

Added 09-12-21 09:57:01am EST - “Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts (R) on Sunday said his attorney general and officials from other states are looking into how they can "attack" President Biden's new vaccine mandate in court.” - Thehill.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Thehill.com: “Nebraska governor: States looking into how to 'attack' Biden vaccine mandate in court”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Nebraska Gov. Pete RickettsPete RickettsSunday shows preview: Biden issues new vaccine mandates; House committee marks up .5T reconciliation bill Allies see rising prospect of Trump 2024 White House bid The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - A huge win for Biden, centrist senators MORE (R) on Sunday said his attorney general and officials from other states are looking into how they can “attack” President BidenJoe BidenFBI releases first Sept. 11 document following Biden executive order Afghan pilots to be transferred to US base after fleeing to Uzbekistan: WSJ NATO head says alliance signed off on US withdrawal from Afghanistan MORE’s new vaccine mandate in court.

Ricketts, during an interview with Chris WallaceChristopher (Chris) Wallace20 years after 9/11, are we safer? Justice Breyer to be interviewed on 'Fox News Sunday' amid calls for retirement Chris Wallace on lawmakers who contested Biden's election: I don't want to hear 'their crap' MORE on “Fox News Sunday,” called the new vaccine requirement that requires private employers with 100 or more employees an “egregious overreach of federal authority.”

“I've been talking to my attorney general, he is coordinating with the other attorneys general across the country who share similar views about the overreach,” Ricketts told Chris Wallace during an interview on “Fox News Sunday.”

“As we see what these rules are we will be able to know exactly how we will be able to challenge them in court. I'm also talking with my colleagues around the country as well the other governors who feel the way I do, and we'll be working on other strategies,” he added.

Ricketts said going to court would occur once authorities better grasp of the rules being implemented.

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