Congress moves bill requiring declassification of Covid-19 origins info to Biden's desk
A bill that requires the Director of National Intelligence to declassify new information on the origins of Covid-19 passed the House unanimously on Friday. The bill similarly cleared the Senate last week, and now heads to President Joe Biden’s desk.
The White House hasn’t officially released a statement on whether Biden will sign the bill, but he also has not indicated that he would veto it. In 2021, Biden told the US intelligence community and government labs to increase their efforts to reach a consensus over the two competing theories on how Covid-19 started.
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