Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced in Tuesday in a statement that the state was suing President Joe Biden and other officials in his administration for the the new Biden coronavirus vaccine warrants announced last week. Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that his office (AGO) was suing President Biden and other officials in his administration over their unconstitutional mandate of COVID-19 vaccine for federal employees, federal contractors, and over 100 private companies. of the first lawsuit in the country to be filed against the actions radicales of the Biden administration requiring COVID-19 vaccines, the press release read. In a call with reporters, Brnovich, who is Republican and running for a seat in the US Senate , said there is uncertainty , confusion, as to what the president can and cannot do and whether he would protect the Constitution from too great federal scope. CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin said the rush to file a lawsuit could cause problems in Arizona as federal agencies have yet to draft specific rules for the mandate of the vaccine. It is a complex question whether the regulations for the 100 Companies with more employees are allowed, but you cannot reply tothat matter until you see the actual regulations, ”Toobin said. I don't think this problem is a slam dunk anyway. But it's a slam dunk that you can't sue against a settlement that doesn't exist yet. Read more More Brnovich said the lawsuit was the first attempt to prosecute Biden for exceeding his Covid rules and suggested reading the Federalist Papers, which argue that a balance of power is needed between states and government national. Brnovich posted a short recorded message on his Facebook and Twitter accounts saying that we filed a lawsuit today against the unprecedented and unconstitutional takeover of the Biden administration. ... The Biden administration is unconstitutionally trying to impose vaccines that can affect hundreds of millions of Americans. This is totally false; it is inconsistentinstitutional. In the statement sent by email, Brnovich said: The federal government cannot force people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The Biden administration is once again flouting our laws and precedents to advance their radical agenda. Le The president imposed tough new vaccine rules Thursday on federal workers and large employers and healthcare workers in a sweeping attempt to contain the latest wave of Covid-19. The new requirements could apply to up to 100 million Americans, which is nearly two-thirds of the US workforce. The president asked the Ministry of Labor to require all companies with 100 or more employees to ensure that their employees are vaccinated or tested once a week. thousands of dollarsrs of fines per employee if they do not comply. The regulations have been criticized by other Republican governors, notably Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson , who told CNN's Erin Burnett on Tuesday on Erin Burnett OutFront that the new rules will harden the reluctance some people should get vaccinated. This story has been updated with general information. CNN's Devan Cole contributed to this report.