Joe Biden’s federal immunization mandate suffers yet another setback with Court ruling against Medicare and Medicaid providers

The Biden administration’s federal vaccine mandate is facing more legal hurdles with an order issued by a district court affecting Medicare and Medicaid providers in ten states.

The legal development was initially reported by the Election Wizard, who noted that “the federal district court issued a mandatory injunction prohibiting the use of Joe Biden’s vaccine against Medicare and covered providers and providers. Medicaid certified in several states, including Missouri, Iowa, and New Hampshire.”

Legal claims are initial submission against Joe Biden, the Department of Health & Human Services, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and several other stakeholders.

“This case illustrates why police power over mandatory vaccination has always been provincial – and still belongs to – the United States,” the lawsuit argues. “Immunization requirements matter
that depends on local factors and conditions”.

“Federalism allows States to regulate such matters in the best interest of their communities,” the plaintiffs added. “Failed to perform the heavy duty of CMS nationwide. This Court should therefore dismiss that rule as an unlawful agency action under the Administrative Procedure Act. “

Ten states to sue President Biden, Department of Health & Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and other stakeholders.

“States sued President Joe Biden and his administration to challenge the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Interim Final Rule (IFR) that sets out COVID-19 vaccination requirements for a wide range of employees work at Medicare and Medicaid certified providers and providers,” JDSupra reported.

“On November 10, 2021, 10 states led by Eric S. Schmitt, attorney general of the State of Missouri, filed suit in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri seeking a preliminary judgment and forever. CMS bans impose IFR mandates. Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming are the other states in the lawsuit,” the report notes. “This lawsuit is similar to the one challenging the new COVID-19 vaccination requirements by the Biden Administration for federal contractors and employers with 100 or more employees in total.”

The states assert in part that:

  • CMS is not compliant with the Administrative Procedure Act (APA). They argue that IFR is arbitrary, capricious, and an abuse of self-determination, especially because, the states allege, requiring vaccinations will drive healthcare workers away from employers by hospital time. and other healthcare providers are grappling with significant staffing shortages. .
  • The broad scope of the IFR (including employees, as well as volunteers, and contractors performing services for covered providers or providers) has been too removed from the rationale of patient safety. core. Therefore, it is arbitrary and capricious according to the APA.
  • CMS does not comply with the APA’s comment and notice requirements.
  • This mandate exceeds the jurisdiction of the CMS and violates the Tenth Amendment of the United States Constitution by infringing upon a state’s authority to regulate public health.

“The lawsuit also alleges a violation of the Social Security Act,” JDSupra noted, noting that “did not consult with appropriate state agencies under 42 USC Section 1395z, did not prepare analysis Necessary regulatory impact, unauthorized use of federal spending capacity by the government and states to illegally force the implementation of this program violates the Anti-Command Doctrine. ”

The primary compliance dates for this order are December 5 and January 4. This order becomes effective when proceedings are commenced in district court. Joe Biden’s federal immunization mandate suffers yet another setback with Court ruling against Medicare and Medicaid providers


ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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