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Senate Votes To End Airplane Masking

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Newark NJ, on Wednesday March 16th the US Senate Voted to end airline mask mandates. The proper policy is let each airline decide for itself whether it wants to require passengers to wear masks. Then flyers can choose for themselves whether they want to book flights on planes that either do or don’t require masks  The market works. That is how Senator Rand Paul sees it as well. He brought an amendment to the floor yesterday ending federal masks requirements on planes. It passed 57-40.

The 8 democrats who broke with Biden on the airplane/public transit mask mandate were:

  1. Kelly (AZ)*
  2. Sinema (AZ)
  3. Bennet (CO)*
  4. Tester (MT)
  5. Cortez Masto (NV)*
  6. Rosen (NV)
  7. Hassan (NH)*
  8. Manchin (WV)

* = running for reelection this year

And, you guessed it, the lone Republican vote for masks was Mitt Romney.

2 thoughts on “Senate Votes To End Airplane Masking

  1. Biden will veto

  2. mask mandates will be back after the midterm elections, removing mask mandates now is just another way to manipulate naive voters

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