As part of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, so-called "Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds" are distributed to states which then deposit those funds into the bank accounts of counties and cities.
Those counties and cities, in turn, are using the federal money to award contracts to local contractors. Those contractors have employees and can hire subcontractors who have their own employees.
All through this chain — Federal money, state money, city money, county money, contractor money, payroll money — the money comes with a mandatory vaccine requirement or the funds have to be repaid.
This is because the American Rescue Plan of 2021 is administered by the US Treasury. In its terms and conditions document covering federal grant awards, the US Treasury explicitly states that award recipients (and those who receive those funds as they are distributed) must comply with Joe Biden's "executive orders."
9. Compliance with Applicable Law and Regulations.
a. Recipient agrees to comply with the requirements of section 603 of the Act, regulations adopted by Treasury pursuant to section 603(f) of the Act, and guidance issued by Treasury regarding the foregoing. Recipient also agrees to comply with all other applicable federal statutes, regulations, and executive orders, and Recipient shall provide for such compliance by other parties in any agreements it enters into with other parties relating to this award.
This means that all recipients of covid "relief" funds under the Biden regime are compelled to push vaccine mandates, even to their contractors and subcontractors (and all their employees).
Federal relief funds can be used by counties and cities to replace thriving local businesses where vaccines are mandated