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Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) declined to say Thursday how he would vote on a GOP effort to defund President Biden’s vaccine requirement for larger businesses as part of the debate over a short-term bill to fund the government.

Manchin, asked if he would vote for an amendment to block funding for the mandate, sidestepped the question by saying that he was still “working” through it.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I’ve been very supportive of a mandate for federal government, for military … I’ve been less enthused about it in the private sector,” Manchin said.

The report explains that some conservative senators are pushing for a vote on a proposal to block funding for the mandate.

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  1. Pucker lips is saying what you want to hear Like Tulsi he Too is playing to the constituents
    Neither one wants to let go of Satans agenda If they were true Americans They would no longer be a democrat


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