COLUMBIA, SC – Another Biden administration mandate was blocked on Tuesday, this time for employees of federal contractors.

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South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson had sought to put a stop to the mandate, along with SC Governor Henry McMaster and the AGs and Governors of six other states- Georgia, Alabama, Idaho, Kansas, Utah, and West Virginia.

Tuesday’s ruling represents the third federal judge to side with AG Wilson regarding Covid shot mandates. Judge Stan Baker heard arguments on Friday in Augusta, GA, and issued a preliminary injunction Tuesday.

“Abuse of power by the Biden administration has been stopped cold again,” AG Wilson said following the ruling. “The rule of law has prevailed and liberty is protected. When the President oversteps his authority the law is thankfully there to halt his misuse of power.”

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The mandate was so ordered by Biden on September 9 and the AGs and Governors argued that it is unconstitutional, violating the Tenth Amendment. The Tenth Amendment says that if the Constitution is silent on a matter in regards to the federal government, then those powers fall to the state.

The lawsuit also pointed out that the mandate did not allow  exceptions for contractors that “work alone, outside, or even exclusively remotely.”

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Two other major wins for Constitutional freedoms were when federal judges blocked the mandates for “all healthcare workers” and “private businesses with 100 or more employees.”

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