Senate Votes to Repeal Vaccine Mandate

The resolution is intended to repeal the federal mandate on vaccination and testing in the private sector.

The Senate passed a resolution to repeal the federal vaccination-or-testing mandate for private-sector employers.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, speaking on the floor of the Senate ahead of the vote, said Washington must stop micro-managing Americans. He stressed the Constitution does not give the government the right to force employees to get the COVID-19 vaccination. 

Courts across the country have already blocked the vaccine mandate for federal employees and federal contractors. 

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For the members of the Senate to seek God’s wisdom as they vote on legislation related to the healthcare of the nation.
  • For God to guide the president and administration officials as they create policies to meet the needs of the nation during the pandemic.

Sources: Wall Street Journal, CNBC


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