I don't think this is an awesome strategy. This is not going to be successful. There is a reason, Travis Middleton is filing this Pro Se, no licensed attorney would ever take this case, because it is not going to be successful. It is a waste of resources that could be spent changing this law legislatively if that is what is desired. Travis Middleton it seems really likes Pro Se (representing oneself) RICO cases, this is the third he has filed. None have been successful at even making it court. This one will not either.
He is not an attorney. I find it interesting that Doris Reiss is constantly attacked as "not an attorney" because she hasn't taken a Bar Exam, and is "Just" a law professor. Travis Middleton is not an attorney, has not been to law school, has not been to graduate school. He files a lot of lawsuits (including 3 filed in an attempt to have his indecent exposure conviction overturned) but none have been successful. In fact, it appears none of them even make it into court. Because he isn't basing his briefs on sound LEGAL reasoning, nor LEGAL grounds. His 2 page overview of the Tuskegee experiment (which reads like a high school term paper) may make vaccine critics pump their fists and get excited, but it isn't related to this case, and he isn't making an actual legal argument for how it is. Legislators also have immunity for most of what they do and filing a lawsuit directly against them (and their spouses?) for voting on legislation is a futile endeavor.
I feel bad for all the contributors giving hard earned money to this. Alan Phillips (A vaccine attorney who is an expert on vaccine policy) has talked about how this needs to be resolved legislatively. No amount of people filing lawsuits like this is going to be successful. It actually ends up having the opposite result the more lawsuits like this, that don't survive summary judgement, and get thought of as frivolous, the less attention legislators and sympathetic public are willing to pay to this. The money spent filing this lawsuit would have been better spent trying to get signatures for a referendum, or campaigning for legislators who don't agree with the legislation.