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Today, a lawsuit was filed by four staff and students of the University of California challenging the recent executive order mandating the flu vaccine for the entire 510,000 members of the UC community.

Rather than describe it, you can read it for yourselves. I think many of you will like it. Thanks to the brave plaintiffs who agreed to stand up for the rights of the entire UC community and all Californians, because if they can get away with this, you just know there is more coming. (and the more is already coming as described below).

Here it is:


The complaint will be going out to the media as well, but anything on this side of the vaccine issue is usually a tough sell.

Many of you probably know that the Legislature is being asked to come back and deal with the flu and COVID-19 vaccine mandates. This complaint makes the case against the flu mandate, so if you have any contacts with legislators, maybe email them a copy and have them start talking about your rights!

I think the more people talk about this and the more the media covers it, the dumber it’s going to look.

One more thing. As you’ll see in the complaint, being against the flu shot is a majority view in California and other places in the US.

Shout out to Bobby K, Mary Holland, Greg Glaser, and ace SOCAL litigator Ray Flores II. This was a group effort, and I think you’ll all agree, a very, very good one.

This may end up being a moment in history as other states are starting to do the same thing. It’s time to try to stop this right here and right now.

Rick Jaffe, Esq.