Capitol Report (Feb. 8): Mask Mandates Ending in Multiple Blue States

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
February 8, 2022Capitol Report
Capitol Report (Feb. 8): Mask Mandates Ending in Multiple Blue States
Families protest mask mandates before the Hillsborough County Schools Board meeting held at the district office in Tampa, Fla., on July 27, 2021. (Octavio Jones/Getty Images)

The vice president and Senate Democrats are reminding parents not to miss out on the second half of payments from the expanded child tax credit. The reminder comes as the Senate is still grappling with how to extend these benefits as the Build Back Better bill remains stalled in Congress.

The data is in and it appears as though China has not lived up to its end of the trade deal. The Chinese Communist Party has not met the threshold set to invest in U.S. goods and services outlined in the trade agreement. But what can be done about it?

Former President Donald Trump had an exclusive interview with The Epoch Times about the state of America in a world of increasing conflict. Trump warned that the botched withdrawal in Afghanistan changed the way adversaries see the United States—and may present future problems with China.

A pastor was censored when he tried to share how he walked away from homosexuality. And now, he’s fighting to get his case to the Supreme Court.

And we had a chance to sit down with Pastor Domen and asked him about his time when he was homosexual, and he opened up to us about his path of becoming a heterosexual male who is married with children.

One of President Joe Biden’s Cabinet members has resigned after he admitted he treated his colleagues with disrespect.

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