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As the Biden Administration continues to argue to keep tyrannical mask mandates on public transportation, Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ) has reintroduced a group of bills that address the COVID-related overreach on the American public. From prohibiting mask mandates on public transportation to lifting COVID vaccine mandates for select groups, Congressman Biggs’s legislation helps better protect Americans from draconian and anti-science requirements imposed by unelected bureaucrats.

“Now with a Republican majority in the House, we have a better opportunity to pass legislation that reverses COVID vaccine and mask mandate policies set by fanatics who seek to maintain control over Americans,” said Congressman Andy Biggs.

“These power-hungry individuals are rejecting science. COVID cases and deaths remain low. Normal life has returned.

“Most importantly, individuals should be making their own COVID and healthcare choices—not tyrannical government officials.

“All types of COVID-related mandates have got to go and these pieces of legislation help us get there.”

Below are pieces of legislation reintroduced by Congressman Biggs in the 118th Congress that relate to COVID:

H.R. 125 Travel Mask Mandate Repeal Act of 2023 may be viewed here.

H.R. 118 No Vaccine Passports Act may be viewed here.

H.R. 119 The Freedom from Mandates Act may be viewed here.

H.R. 117 To prohibit any entity that receives Federal funds from the COVID relief packages from mandating employees receive a COVID-19 vaccine, and for other purposes may be viewed here.

H.R. 103 To prohibit the Secretary of Transportation, acting through the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, from setting a requirement that air carriers and foreign air carriers must require an individual to test negative for COVID–19 to travel in air transportation on an air carrier, and for other purposes may be viewed here.

H.R. No Mandates Act may be viewed here.

Author: Press Release


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