It looks like the GOP is finally doing something to take on Biden.
All 50 Senate Republicans are formally going to challenge Biden’s vaccine mandate.
They are doing this under the Congressional Review Act.
This is the official process of eliminating an executive branch rule.
All 50 Senate Republicans on Wednesday morning are expected to formally challenge the Biden administration’s vaccine rule for private businesses under the Congressional Review Act – the official process for Congress to eliminate an executive branch rule.
GOP Sen. Mike Braun of Indiana will lead all 49 of his Senate Republican colleagues, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, in moving to strike down the Biden administration’s rule which mandates employees at private businesses with 100 workers or more to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4 or be subject to weekly testing and mask-wearing.
“President Biden’s vaccine mandate is an unconstitutional invasion of what should be a personal medical decision for every American and an affront to the rights of 80 million American workers,” Braun told Fox News. “Today, my Republican colleagues and I will formally challenge this federal overreach, and I urge the Senate to vote in favor of this disapproval resolution when it comes to the Floor for a filibuster-proof, simple-majority vote in early December.”
The Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) COVID-19 vaccine rule, which is set to impact roughly 84 million employees, was formally introduced earlier this month. The rule also requires that employers provide paid time for employees to get vaccines and mandates that all unvaccinated employees wear a face mask in the workplace.
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