The Senate passed a bill that would remove the mask mandate on airplanes and other forms of public transportation. This also includes masking kids.
The bill passed 57-40 but did not get the two-thirds needed to override Biden’s veto.
RINO Senator Mitt Romney sided with the Democrats on this vote.
Mitt Romney is the only Senate HELP Committee Republican to join Democrats in voting to allow federal mask mandates for toddlers. See 1:24. pic.twitter.com/tm7eEUtuDY
— Rachel Bovard (@rachelbovard) March 15, 2022
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) joined his Democrat colleagues on the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee in voting to keep the federal mask mandate in place for children as young as two-years-old.
Romney voted against lifting the mask and vaccine mandates in the federal Head Start program during a HELP Committee hearing on the bipartisan PREVENT Pandemics Act.
The PREVENT Pandemics Act takes “common-sense steps to act on lessons learned from the pandemic response,” according to a committee press release.
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