The Washington Post reports:
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost sued the Biden administration Wednesday over its $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, alleging the federal government sought to impose “unconstitutional” limits on states’ ability to access some of the aid.
The lawsuit from Yost, a Republican, follows a day after 21 other GOP attorneys general issued their own veiled legal threat in a move that ratcheted up tensions between states and Democratic policymakers in Washington over one of the largest rescue measures in U.S. history.
Read the full article. Republicans want to use the stimulus money to cut local taxes but the bill stipulates that can’t be done.
Not only did Republicans not support the Biden Stimulus, they are now attacking it legally because it might make it harder for them to cut taxes. https://t.co/K1VjkSxiZ7
— Craig Calcaterra (@craigcalcaterra) March 17, 2021