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Bill blocking Biden vaccine mandate likely to pass the Senate

Even if the House manages to pass it, President Biden will veto it. Still, it will have strong symbolic resonance and perhaps restrain future White House actions for force needles in people’s arms.

According to Fox News:

The Senate is set to vote this week on a resolution to nullify President Biden’s vaccine mandate for private companies, as Republicans and at least one Democrat push back on the administration’s rule requiring vaccines or inconvenient testing rules for workers at large businesses.

All 50 Senate Republicans, led by Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., backed a challenge to the vaccine mandate last month under the Congressional Review Act (CRA). That law allows Congress to officially disapprove of an executive branch regulation via a resolution passed through each chamber.

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., said last week he also supports the Braun resolution.

“I do not support any government vaccine mandate on private businesses,” Manchin said Thursday after voting against an amendment to a government funding bill that would roll back public and private vaccine mandates.

5 thoughts on “Bill blocking Biden vaccine mandate likely to pass the Senate”

  1. The WHD should start a pool. Like when the baby will be born, when will Sen Joe Manchin renounce his Dem designation and flip to the GOP or IND.

    Place your bets.


  2. Manchin will not resign from the demorat party. If he does, he would lose every committee seat he holds, and he has some powerful positions. He has more power by being the squeaky wheel than jumping ship.

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