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Two of Arizona’s utility regulators are proposing to prohibit electrical, gasoline and water firms from requiring COVID-19 vaccinations and great them $5,000 per violation if they crack the policies.

Republican commissioners Justin Olson and Jim O’Connor want a vote on their proposal to rebuke President Joe Biden’s vaccine requirements for companies.

Olson is working for the GOP nomination to obstacle U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz., in upcoming year’s Senate race.

O’Connor previously lobbied utilities privately hoping to encourage them not to vaccinate employees, which he explained to The Arizona Republic turned people into “potted plants … human veggies.”

There is no proof that COVID-19 vaccinations have caused the troubles O’Connor described.

Olson couched his opposition in legalese fairly than direct anti-vaccination sentiment.

“The Biden administration has unconstitutionally sought forced vaccinations and has intimidated companies into complying with this inappropriate plan,” Olson reported in a news release Monday. “Workers really should not have to choose amongst getting rid of their work opportunities or being forced to get a vaccine towards their will.”

Justin Olson is running for the GOP nomination to challenge U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz., in next year's Senate race.

Firms with 100 or much more employees can permit employees to undergo standard COVID-19 screening rather than receive a vaccine to comply with Biden’s new regulations, which are becoming executed by the Occupational Overall health and Security Administration.

But federal personnel and contractors are demanded to be vaccinated below Biden’s policies.  

The commissioners explained in their announcement that due to the fact some utilities provide navy bases, they are being held to the federal contractor common demanding vaccines.