Call a Special Session

Governor Ricketts lack of initiative to offer protections from coronavirus vaccine mandates in the state of Nebraska is allowing a stunning violation of personal freedom and abuse of employer power
While he continues to encourage Nebraskans to get vaccinated, we all know this is a personal health decision, and not one that should be coerced through the threat of losing one’s livelihood.  He has no hesitancy in the decision that state teammates at the State of Nebraska won’t be forced to take the vaccine.  Now he further protects his own with this order that takes the next step and bars cabinet state agencies from complying with coronavirus vaccine mandates from the federal government or other parties.

But what about Nebraskans?! What about our healthcare workers, our students, our friends and family in retail or warehouse and factory positions being subjected to mandates?!

Governor Ricketts you have placed yourself in the cross hairs on the day of the deadline for signing on to a special session with a distraction effort to throw our communities off the special session trail.

We already have 29 or 30 Senators that should be signed on for this special session. We now demand you call the special session and allow us the preceding time to obtain the remaining hold outs.

 We will continue to use every tool we have in the toolbox to fight back against Governor Ricketts lack of initiative in preventing overreach, so we can protect the freedom of Nebraskans against big government agendas.

Nebraskans!! It is time to blow up this man’s phone and email.

P: 402.471.2244

Don’t forget to continue to email and call our holdouts, TODAY is the deadline!!!!

Published by Nebraskans Against Government Overreach

Nebraskans Against Government Overreach is a grassroots group dedicated to halting the government overreach affecting citizens across Nebraska, preserving the Liberty of Nebraskans and raising public awareness on informed consent and individual civil rights.

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