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The Constitution doesn't need to be re-written. It needs to be re-read, and enforced.
Freedom of Religion
The First Amendment, RFRA, Title VII & other laws protect against discrimination based on your sincerely held religious beliefs
Exhaust your Administrative Remedies, file a Charge with the EEOC, & lawsuits for private sector, federal workers, & military
Vaccine mandates, testing discrimination, & medical malpractice, and other harassment against those unvaccinated
Government & corporate fraud suits under the APA, Whistleblower Protection Act, & False Claims Act, including "Qui Tam" actions
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MIKE YODER, ESQ.
It took less than 9 minutes for Mr. Yoder to publicly state he would sue President Biden for requiring all federal workers to be vaccinated. Two weeks later, he filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Executive Order 14043.
Since then, Mr. Yoder has been one of the nation's most outspoken voices against mandatory vaccination and has filed numerous lawsuits against the Biden Administration to halt the unconstitutional policies.
Mr. Yoder has represented hundreds of federal workers, including Secret Service, FBI, NSA, CIA, IRS, NASA, & dozens of other federal agencies.
Mr. Yoder has helped more than 15,000 people nationwide obtain religious accommodations to the vaccine mandate and has successfully fended off the termination of thousands in our federal workforce and United States Armed Forces since the original November 22, 2021 termination date.
In addition to the litigation Mr. Yoder has filed, he also provides educational workshops and resources to help people learn about their rights and actively defend themselves against unlawful employment actions, including wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, hostility in the workplace & in schools, and failure to provide reasonable accommodations.
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