Georgia’s top attorney teamed with the state’s governor and agriculture commissioner to sound off Wednesday against a federal vaccine mandate set to take effect next month.

During a press conference, Gov. Brian Kemp, Attorney General Chris Carr and Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black outlined their decision to sue President Joe Biden over his fast approaching mandate requiring all federal contractors be vaccinated by Dec. 8, calling it “unconstitutional.”

‘Absolutely No Authority’

Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr presents The Attorney General's Cup to winner Joe Habachy, of Habachy Law, at the awards banquet for the Georgia Legal Food Frenzy 2019. Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr. (Courtesy photo)

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