House Republicans Introduce Legislation To Reinstate Servicemen Discharged Over COVID Vaccine Mandate, Protect Others From Similar Fate

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In the latest shot against the bow of the Biden administration, Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives unveiled legislation this week to ensure soldiers can continue to serve after refusing a COVID-19 vaccine.

“No Federal funds may be used to require a member of the Armed Forces to receive a vaccination against COVID-19,” reads the Service Restoration Act, sponsored by Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Roy of Texas. “The Secretary concerned may not take any adverse action against a member of the Armed Forces solely on the basis that such member refuses to receive a vaccination against COVID-19.”


The bill also calls for any soldier previously discharged for COVID vaccine refusal to be reinstated “ in the grade held by such covered individual immediately before the involuntary separation of the covered individual,” with any lost pay restored as well as expungement of their service records.



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