SMF David Larson Vaccine Passport Lawsuit

Silent Majority Foundation News & Events

Silent Majority Foundation and David Larsen have filed a lawsuit in the Western District of Washington, challenging the authority of Governor Jay Inslee and King County Health Officer Dr. Jeff Duchin to impose mandates requiring attendees at certain public venues to show proof of vaccination status or a negative COVID-19 test. We’re seeking a temporary…

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October 24th Update

Silent Majority Foundation News & Events

Hi all, We’re writing to inform you that Silent Majority Foundation has teamed with Arnold & Jacobowitz to fight for the Hanford workers. We plan to bring a class action on behalf of affected DOE-Richland employees and contractors. The plan includes bringing a suit for a temporary restraining order or injunctive relief prior to November…

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October 14th Update

Silent Majority Foundation News & Events

Update on the vaccine mandate lawsuit against Inslee. The Supreme Court has notified SMF they are moving the venue for injunctive relief to Thurston county per the state statute. While we are disappointed in this result, SMF fought the good fight to keep it Franklin County and we will keep fighting in Thurston County. Keep…

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Update on the vaccine mandate lawsuit against Inslee.

Silent Majority Foundation News & Events

SMF General Counsel Pete Serrano filed our 30 page response on Tuesday to answer the emergency appeal filed to the Supreme Court by the AG’s office. In the response, we challenged the validity of the appeal on several grounds and asked that the matter be expedited or thrown out all together. The AG did respond…

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Monday October 4th Update

Silent Majority Foundation News & Events

Hi all, Here’s the update on the ongoing Silent Majority Foundation litigation in Franklin County. First a look back, then a look forward. Last Monday, we successfully fought to retain venue (ability to hear the case) in Franklin County. Judge Dave Petersen, over the State’s objection, declared that Franklin County is the appropriate place to…

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