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Senate votes to repeal Biden’s federal vaccine mandate for businesses
Senate Voted on Wednesday to repeal a President BidenSupported federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private businesses.

The final vote was 52-48. Moderate Democratic Sense. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and John Tester of Montana joined Republicans to vote in favor of repeal.

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Republicans brought the repeal to the Senate floor under the “Congressional Review Act,” which allows Congress to review executive orders of the president. Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., who sponsored the proposal, said the mandate was an example of a “heavy hand of the government” that is hurting businesses.

The Biden administration’s mandate requires private companies with 100 or more employees to ensure their employees are vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo routine testing. Firms that do not comply face heavy fines.

The mandate prompted immediate legal challenges from several states, as well as from business and religious groups. Last month, a federal appeals court granted a temporary moratorium on enforcement of the mandate pending the outcome of the trial.

Even after Senate approval, the GOP-backed resolution is unlikely to reverse the mandate. The Democrat-controlled House is not expected to take the measure and will veto the bill if President Biden approves Congress. Click here for more on our Top Story,

In other developments:
– Los Angeles School District fired hundreds of employees who refused to take the vaccine
– Finland’s 36-year-old prime minister apologizes to club after COVID-19 close contact
– Georgia federal judge Biden latest to halt federal contractor vaccine mandate
– GOP senators say they believe House will take anti-vaccine mandate bill, Biden will force veto
– COVID cases top 100K per day in US despite hitting 200M vaccine milestone
– Omicron: Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine may only partially protect against newer variant, study suggests

Los Angeles County DA blasts ‘tone deaf’ news conference on crime: ‘an embarrassment’
angel county district attorney George Gascon Defending his policies, many allies from other states surrounded him on Wednesday. try to remember to put him out and one Crime wave of Shooting and shameless theft.

Gascon, a former San Francisco police chief, has taken the heat on his rollback of harsh-crime measures to the death penalty, charging juvenile suspects as adults, and leveling criminal enhancements since he took office last year. This can lead to a substantial increase in the prison sentence. ,

“We have set a path for ourselves and have transformed the criminal legal system in the country in a way that will create a more humane, more equitable and above all a safer environment for all of us,” he claimed during a news conference. the seminar.

“Before I took office, the legal system here offered a solution to victims after they had harmed someone: a longer sentence,” Gascon continued. “We acted like a factory making widgets for the victims.”

Gascon’s most ardent critics include Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva, some of whom are his own. Prosecutors, and crime victims who accuse them of waiving their responsibility to prosecute criminals.

“That press conference was an embarrassment. George Gascon is completely deaf to the impact of his policies on victims and public safety,” said Desiree Andrade, co-chair of the Recall DA George Gascon campaign. Click Here For More.

In other developments:
Texas gunman acquitted in Midland officer’s death after self-defense claim
– Jacqueline Avant’s alleged killer was thwarted by the legal system, says Los Angeles DA Jorge Gascon
Carjacking, vehicle theft are skyrocketing across the country
– Incidents of looting and robbing hit cities with generous district attorneys
– Los Angeles Robbery: Expensive jewelry of victims snatched outside luxury hotel
– Sheriff’s group denies White House claim it is helping tackle rise in retail theft

Jussie Smollett’s fate rests with jury as trial nears
NS jury Feather Jussie Smolletttest is in progress allegation he staged an elaborate hate crime against himself On Wednesday, final arguments were heard from both the actor’s defense team and prosecutors before resuming deliberations.

Neither side shied away from making important points about Smollett’s alleged involvement, which prosecutors now believe was a hate-crime hoax committed by the former “Empire” actor — and his star witnesses. , by the brothers Abimbola and Olabingo Osundaro, who testified to the Smollett payment. $3,500 to him for participating in the alleged scheme in January 2019.

NS Lawyers’ Closing Arguments Testimony in the case was confined to just over a week. The jury deliberated for nearly two hours on Wednesday but did not deliver a verdict. They were expected to begin deliberations again on Thursday, until all 12 jurors reach court by 10:15 a.m. ET.

On Wednesday, jurors asked the court, “Can we have a copy of the calendar of events?” There was a display on the screen showing the month of January 2019, with prosecutors marking specific dates to list the events of those days.

In his closing, Special Prosecutor Dan Webb said Smollett prompted Chicago police to spend enormous resources investigating an alleged crime they now believe to be fake. Smollett, who is black and gay, told police that someone put a noose around his neck and shouted racist and homophobic during an alleged attack near his downtown Chicago home.

Defense attorney Nenny Uche called the Osundaro brothers “sophisticated liars” who were out for money. Click Here For More.

In other developments:
– Jussie Smollett: The pivotal moment since the actor reported the Chicago attack
– Leo Terrell: Left ’embarrassed’ by Jussie Smollett trial, ‘doesn’t care about the truth’
– Black Lives Matter stands in solidarity with Jussie Smollett: ‘We can never trust the police’
Jussie Smollett’s testimony was ‘unique disaster’, jury will see through ‘Russia’ and convict her: expert
– Jussie Smollett Trial: Arguments that began after both sides rest their cases are about to end

Must read today:
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– Accused blasts ‘pregnancy’ about Ghislaine Maxwell during trial
– Coast Guard makes dramatic rescue effort near shore of Niagara Falls
– Liberal newspaper questions whether math is racist, reaction was furious
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– Navy SEAL commander died in an accident at the age of 43, leaving wife and 5 children

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some parting words

US Sen marco rubio, R-Fla., sounded the alarm Wednesday night for what they claimed was moving “control” China more than american Corporation,

“There is evidence here that it is clear how dependent our economy has become on China,” Rubio argued.special Report“When I say ‘our economy,’ it’s the things we buy at the stores, but it’s also our corporations. I mean, we have large, very influential, powerful organizations in our country and business sector that rely on access to the Chinese market and production in China for their bottom line. … it’s too valuable for them to risk now.”

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