House Passes Defense Spending Bill, Rescinds Military’s Vaccine Mandate

  • The House of Representatives passed the annual National Defense Authorization Act, which funds the Department of Defense, on Wednesday.
  • The act includes a $45 billion bonus on top of the $813 billion request by the Biden administration.
  • The negotiators agreed to end the military’s coronavirus vaccine mandate, despite President Joe Biden and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin’s continued support. It is uncertain whether Biden will sign the bill.
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