State workers file lawsuit over Inslee's vaccine mandate in Washington

SEATTLE — Dozens of Washington state workers have filed a lawsuit against Gov. Jay Inslee in response to the state’s vaccine mandate. 

The case was filed in Washington Superior Court in Walla Walla County on Friday. 

Seattle attorney Nathan Arnold represents the workers and was not available for comment. William Cleary, a King County resident, is listed as the lead plaintiff. Over the phone, Cleary told KING 5 he’d like to comment on the case but is waiting for approval from Arnold. 

The mandate requires workers to be fully vaccinated as a condition of employment by Oct. 18. The mandate does not allow an alternative

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