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House Passes Defense Bill Rescinding Military’s COVID Vaccine mandate

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By Madeleine Hubbard, 12-8-22

Defense Department spokesperson John Kirby previously said that Biden is opposed to dropping the vaccine mandate.

The House on Thursday passed a $858 billion Defense spending bill that include an end to the  military’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. 

The annual National Defense Authorization Act passed in the Democrat-control chamber by a 350-80 vote.

Lawmakers also approved a 4.6% raise for military service members in for fiscal 2023, CNN reported.

The measure now heads to the Senate.

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