Sabatini Pushes for Total Ban of Vaccine Mandates in FL

Sabatini Pushes for Total Ban of Vaccine Mandates in FL

Florida and Texas seek to reject vaccine mandates

Jim McCool
Jim McCool
October 13, 2021

While vaccine rhetoric may be popular in the state of Florida, State Rep. Anthony Sabatini (R-32) takes it one step further.  Today, Rep. Sabatini is pushing for a total ban on employee vaccine mandates.

After President Biden (D) authorized an executive order that mandated vaccines or self-payed weekly testing for companies with 100+ employees, the country reacted in a multitude of ways.  While most of the country has been vaccinated, even those who choose to receive the vaccine have opposed a federal mandate, such as reporter Sage Steele who famously called vaccine mandates, "scary."

For Sabatini, vaccines have always been a private thing, insisting Americans are competent enough to choose to be vaccinated or not for themselves.

Today, however, Sabatini took to Twitter where he wrote, "It’s time for a total BAN on employee vaccine mandates in Florida TODAY!"  The state representative also included a link for a direct petition to ban the practice in Florida:

Sabatini is running against incumbent US Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-FL) for her District 7 seat in central Florida.  Although Murphy has been painted as a moderate, it is unclear what her thoughts are on an all-out federal mandate of the vaccine, which some have called a complete government overreach.

State Rep. Sabatini is not the first to take such a stance.  Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) has also taken action to ensure that Biden Administration policies regarding vaccines stay in Washington, and out of Texas.

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Jim McCool

Jim McCool

Jim is a graduate of Florida State University where he studied Political Science, Religion and Criminology. He has been a reporter for the Floridian since January of 2021 and will start law school in 2024.

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