The cases, A22A0939 (Favorito et al. v. Wan et al.) and A22A1097 (Jeffords et al. v. Fulton County et al.), centered around allegations of vote dilution and violations of the Georgia Open Records Act during the 2020 presidential election.
"This bill secures the border from President Biden's record, crossings, record carelessness, and record chaos," said Speaker McCarthy. "We identified the problem. Rather than ignoring it, we listened to the American people. And then we took action."
President Joe Biden signed a bill ending the COVID-19 national emergency in the US, but his administration launched a $5 billion program named Project Next Gen that aims to expedite the development of new COVID-19 vaccines and treatments, sparking concerns over government overreach and individual liberties, despite recent research indicating natural immunity may provide superior protection.