(Worthy News) – A prominent religious liberty group is helping 17 medical professionals sue New York state in federal court for alleged civil rights violations in imposing vaccine mandates.
Attorneys for the Thomas More Society filed the lawsuit on Monday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York, calling the state’s health worker vaccine mandates “patently unconstitutional” and an attempt “to nullify protections for sincere religious beliefs granted under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.”
“What New York is attempting to do is slam shut an escape hatch from an unconstitutional vaccine mandate,” Thomas More Society special counsel Christopher Ferrara wrote in a statement. “And they are doing this while, knowing that many people have sincere religious objections to vaccines that were tested, developed, or produced with cell lines derived from aborted children.” [ Source: NewsMax (Read More…) ]
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