An Illinois law requiring the use of the coronaval vaccine is an unconstitutional and unconstitutional use of government funds, according to the US Supreme Court on Monday.
Illinois’ law requires residents to take the vaccine for at least a year, even if they are in the hospital or on short-term disability.
But a majority of state legislators and other legislators, including a Republican governor, have voted against the law, arguing it would be costly.
The court has agreed to hear arguments in response to the constitutionality of the law.
The law would require parents to obtain a prescription for the vaccine.
The Illinois Constitution requires lawmakers to “lay out” the constitution for a state budget, but it doesn’t specify that the budget must be approved by the governor.
The US Supreme court is expected to rule soon on whether the Illinois law violates the Constitution.
The court has already ruled against Wisconsin, Indiana and Wisconsin, where similar laws have been struck down.
Illas Health and Family Planning Institute says the law is needed because there are too many families that have not received the vaccine, which costs $600 per person.