The Employee Rights and Freedom Act would allow employees to be exempt from mandates if they have a "firmly held belief" against any medical procedure.
Taiwan is following the bill's progress and will maintain its close ties with the U.S., a spokesperson told Newsweek.
Jim Banks was one of McCarthy's picks for the January 6 select committee who was rejected by Nancy Pelosi.
Police Officer Michael Fanone revealed the message after telling committee members he'd been "grabbed and tased, all while being called a traitor."
The House select committee into the January 6 riot at the Capitol has become a partisan issue with Donald Trump followers questioning its legitimacy.
The Department of Justice wrote that it "cannot conclude the Brooks was acting within the scope of his office or employment as a Member of Congress at the time of the incident out of which the claims in this case arose."
"Nothing I experienced in the army or as a law enforcement officer, prepared me for what we confronted on January 6," Sergeant Aquilino Gonell said.
"During the Russia hoax a lot of the criminal process occurred not as a result of any underlying violation of federal criminal law, but instead as a result of these process crimes," Gaetz said on Monday.
Democratic House leaders described the comments made by the representative as "reprehensible, racist, sexist and indefensible".
"The idea that these cowardly Republicans in the Senate voted for this tells you everything you need to know about the GOP," the Texas Senator tweeted.
Higgins confirmed that his wife and son have both also caught the virus for the second time.
Trump's Save America PAC described Trump-backed candidate Mike Carey as "a courageous fighter for the people and our economy."
Beto O'Rourke's PAC has raised more than $600,000 to keep Democratic lawmakers in Washington, D.C. and to deny Texas Republicans the quorum needed to pass a sweeping elections bill.
"Please do not abandon friends of America again," said Florida Representative and Vietnam war veteran Neal Dunn.
"Even the best of recoveries present unexpected challenges like I'm facing," the Minnesota Republican wrote on Twitter.
Republican Representative Lisa McClain had previously railed against Democrats who had voted by proxy.
Michael McCaul (R-TX) said he was worried Democrats were "going to expand health care and education, have nothing to do with infrastructure."
The House Minority Leader warned other Republican members against accepting the assignment from Pelosi if she names them to the January 6 committee.
The former U.S. chief justice was once a legal advisor to former president Andrew Jackson, and the first cabinet nominee to be rejected by the Senate.
The bill caused a split among House Republicans, with 120 voting against it and 67 voting in favor.
"All of the statues being removed by this bill are statutes of Democrats," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said before voting in favor of the bill.
Kinzinger said the House minority leader had "resurrected" Donald Trump politically after first denouncing the former president in the aftermath of the Capitol riot.
The GOP congressman, who is co-sponsoring Marjorie Taylor Greene's Fire Fauci Act, told reporters he wanted to see evidence. "I can read data," he added, touting his master's in mechanical engineering.
The right-winger attacked the new federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery after President Biden signed the bill officially recognizing it.
The two reps. were among 415 lawmakers who approved a bill to celebrate when the last slaves were told they were free on June 19, 1865.
GOP lawmakers Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar and Chip Roy were among those who opposed both bills this week.
Several of the GOP lawmakers also recently voted against awarding the officers who protected the Capitol building on January 6 with Congressional Gold Medals.
"This is an effort by the Left to create a day out of whole cloth to celebrate identity politics as part of its larger efforts to make Critical Race Theory the reigning ideology of our country," Rep. Matt Rosendale (R-Mont.) said Wednesday.
The House bill to award Congressional Gold Medals to the Capitol Police and the Metropolitan Police Department passed by 406 votes to 21.
"Whether we have a commission today, tomorrow or the next day over in the Senate, or not, the work of the committees will be very important in what we're seeking for the American people—the truth," Nancy Pelosi said.