Alarming items stuffed inside House Dem's $1.9T stimulus bill: Health surveillance, animal COVID studies. Animal COVID studies The bill allocates $300 million of taxpayer dollars for the Agriculture Department to "conduct monitoring and surveillance of susceptible animals for incidence of SARS–CoV–2" as guided by the World Organization for Animal Health. Vaccine information The bill provides $1 billion "to strengthen vaccine confidence in the United States," "provide further information and education with respect to vaccines," and "improve rates of vaccination throughout the United States." Family planning Family planning, which could include abortion, gets $50 million. Health surveillance The bill provides another $500 million "to support public health data surveillance and analytics infrastructure modernization initiatives at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention." https://budget.house.gov/sites/democrats.budget.house.gov/files/documents/S Con Res 5 Bill Final.pdf
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