Wednesday on the NewsHour, the debate over vaccine requirements heats up in Congress as even some Democrats push back on federal mandates. Supreme Court justices hear a case about whether government funding can be used for religious education. History is made as reporting of military sexual assault is taken out of the chain of command. The police officer who shot Daunte Wright faces trial.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Pfizer says its booster protects against omicron
Sen. Thune: Mandates will discourage vaccines, cost jobs
Justices mull church-state separation in school funding case
Ex-officer Kim Potter faces trial in Daunte Wright killing
Afghanistan is facing mass starvation. Where is foreign aid?
Why plan to counter military sexual assault faces criticism
The U.S. debt ceiling, explained
A preacher’s Brief But Spectacular take on helping people
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