First responders across the nation are pushing back against COVID vaccine mandates.
Lawsuits are cropping up all over as some police officers, sheriff's deputies and firefighters reject the idea that because they interact with the public on routine basis, they need to be vaccinated.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner wants all city employees to be vaccinated or be tested twice a month, but the details have yet to be worked out just days ahead of the mayor's start date.
At issue is how the testing will be paid for and where it will take place.
A judge last week dismissed an attempt by a group of Denver police officers to block that city's vaccine mandate from taking effect.