RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Temecula, today lauded the U.S. Marine Corps' decision to lay aside its earlier requirement that all of the branch's members receive COVID-19 therapeutics or face career-ending consequences under a military-wide vaccine mandate, but the congressman said more must be done."While this action is welcome relief for the hundreds of Marines fighting for the rights and careers, it is too little and too late for the hundreds of careers of service and lives of honor that are now irreparably damaged by the Biden mandate," Issa said.Earlier this week, the Marine Corps issued an administrative order stating that "involuntary separation'' of Marines who have sought religious exemptions to vaccination will stop immediately.The order was in resp
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