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The following are some things that can be done legislatively even before the unveiling of Biden's plan:
Missouri can forbid the use of any and all state and local resources or giving of material aid to any federal vaccine mandates. The same anti-commandeering doctrine that is currently protecting Missourians from Biden's gun control threats can be applied. The principles under-girding the Second Amendment Preservation Act (HB 85) can be used to deny the feds of resources and at least slow them down.
This prohibition would also prevent governmental entities from accepting federal funding that obligates them to participate in a federal vaccine mandate.
Missouri has things that the federal government wants -- things we can withhold for bad behavior. For example:
Information and statistic in various areas, including the sort of information that OSHA uses. For example, the Secretary of State should end sharing any information relating to business registrations as long as the Biden mandates are a threat.
The U.S. Constitution requires the federal government to get consent from the legislature of any state it seeks to acquire real-estate in. (Article I, Section 8, Clause 17.) SB 394 (2021) repeals the blanket authorization Missouri granted in the 1920s.
Currently, it is assumed that the Missouri department of health and senior services has the authority to mandate school vaccines by rule, independent of the General Assembly. See Section 167.181. That power must be removed from DHSS if we are to protect school children from the inevitable mandate for Covid vaccines. HB 37 (2021) requires legislative oversight of school related vaccine mandates.
Enhance employment opportunities for people impacted by vaccine mandates, whether from government or private employers. Open the market up.
Healthcare workers have been among the first targeted by private sector mandates. Repeal the Certificate of Need (CON) requirements for expanding or establishing new health care facilities.
Remove legal impediments to nurses operating independently.
Eliminate various professional registration requirements and impediments that primarily serve to limit competition in various fields.
Make it easier for people to work as contractors, "day laborers," or temporary employees. (Change the definition of “employee.”)
Provide "cover" for employers who want to resist OSHA enforcement. (The Biden edict will eventually be declared unconstitutional, but businesses need to operate in the mean time.)
Liberalize what is considered a contractor rather than an employee.
SCOTUS has declared that a business can refuse cooperation or access to OSHA and force them to seek a warrant. Make it clear that Missouri judges can not provide a warrant to OSHA unless there is genuine probably cause that a Missouri crime has been committed.
Prohibit Missouri law-enforcement from assisting in the serving of federal OSHA warrants.
Mechanisms for extracting penalties should be foreclosed. For instance, banks with a Missouri charter should be forbidden from participating in federal garnishments.
Make new vaccine requirements for existing employees a “breach of contract.”
As it is, people are being denied unemployment benefits when the are fired for refusing the new mandate.
There are some situations in which the employee will still have to be paid, even after being fired for refusal.
Make injuries resulting from employer mandated vaccine a work comp claim.
Additionally, solicit ideas from the companies who are being coerced into participation with Biden. Find out what they want or need to assist their efforts to resist.