The U.S. Supreme Court has, for the time being, halted the Biden Administration from enforcing a mandate that would require employees at large businesses (businesses with 100 or more employees) to either be vaccinated against COVID-19 or to undergo weekly testing and wear a mask while on the job.
With a monumental Supreme Court decision on the horizon regarding abortion laws, including the potential of overturning the famous Roe v. Wade ruling, Wyoming's leaders have offered their support of a pro-life decision from the Supreme Court.
Wyoming Senator Cynthia Lummis has penned a new article for Fox News, in which she addresses new concerns she has with President Biden's presence at the COP26 Summit in Scotland, where he will speak about environmental issues with other global leaders.
While I believe the vaccine to be a safe and effective protection against the virus, I'm strongly opposed to a federal vaccine mandate and will continue to fight here in Washington against a top-down approach to the vaccination," Lummis said.
"Republicans are going to fight for American values; the values which have built this country and made it strong. And we’re going to continue to stand up and fight against these tax increases and massive borrowing and spending that Joe Biden and the liberal left party continue to do in a way that I view as radical, extreme, dangerous, and scary.”