Capitol Report (Nov. 5): 26 Attorneys General Sue Over Biden’s Mandate

The Biden administration’s vaccine rules for the private sector will take effect on Jan. 4. Those who do not comply with the mandate will get a $14,000 fine for each violation. Attorneys general from 26 states across the country have filed lawsuits against what they are calling illegal and unconstitutional vaccine mandates.

President Joe Biden has just given direction on how he plans to enforce the vaccine mandate on the private sector. We speak to Brooke Goldstein, a prominent civil rights attorney in New York City, to break it all down.

We speak to Rep. Matt Rosendale (R-Mont.) about new legislation he introduced to properly vet immigrants from foreign countries who may pose a threat to the United States. He also weighs in on the elections this week, which have many wondering what this means for the Democrats’ future agenda.

Inflation lingers at a 30-year high, partly caused by the supply chain bottleneck. When will congestion and inflation woes settle, and how is the administration working on solving the truck driver shortage across the country?

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) grilled Dr. Anthony Fauci at a hearing, accusing him of misleading the public by changing the definition of gain-of-function. He also called him to resign.

The pandemic didn’t stop Beijing’s military expansion. A new Pentagon report shows the regime intends to have at least a thousand nuclear warheads by 2030, far more than previously estimated.

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