Capitol Report (Jan. 24): Thousands March Against Mandates in DC

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
January 24, 2022Capitol Report
Capitol Report (Jan. 24): Thousands March Against Mandates in DC
Anti-vaccine mandate activists participate in a rally after a "Defeat the Mandates" DC march at the Lincoln Memorial, in Washington, on Jan. 23, 2022. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

In the heart of the nation, a massive and diverse crowd marched for freedom from the mandates. We spoke to attendees and speakers to find out why they’re opposed to unilateral mandates for masks and vaccines.

There were many highly respected doctors at the “Stop the Mandates” rally in Washington, D.C. We caught up with two of them to find out what brought them from different parts of the country on a cold Sunday to the nation’s capital.

Attorneys general in three states and Washington, D.C., filed a lawsuit against Google on Monday. The suit alleges the tech giant collected users’ location data without their permission.

The Supreme Court hears cases on the use of race in college admissions.

The U.S. State Department is condemning Beijing for imprisoning 11 Falun Gong practitioners just weeks before the Winter Olympics are scheduled to begin.

Taiwanese fighter jets scrambled to warn 39 Chinese aircraft on Sunday. It’s the largest incursion into Taiwan’s air defense zone by Chinese warplanes since last October. This comes shortly after President Joe Biden appears to signal that the United States would not act militarily if Russia were to invade Ukraine.

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