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Stock futures were a mixed bag this morning, and the 10-year Treasury yield climbed higher, though it has yet to surpass 1.7%. Today investors will also receive the latest look at inflation in producer prices from the Labor Department.

Meanwhile, the U.S. is continuing to see increases in cases of the virus, even as this country administers about 3 million shots per day. At this point, almost 20% of Americans are totally vaccinated. That said, there are still more than 66,000 new cases a day.

Yesterday the governor of Florida announced that he would be suing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in order to get cruise ships back out to sea.

And Amazon is now in the lead in the vote on whether or not to unionize workers at a massive Alabama warehouse.

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Rep. Andy Briggs just introduced a bill that would ban federal agencies from mandating vaccine passports

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Yesterday a representative introduced a bill that would forbid the federal government from mandating vaccine passports for Americans.  As I said yesterday, the idea of a standardized app to prove vaccination against the virus has sparked privacy concerns among many state leaders. Several governors have already announced their opposition to such digital health passes.

Representative Andy Briggs introduced the “No Vaccine Passports Act” yesterday.

“An agency may not issue a vaccine passport, vaccine pass, or other standardized documentation for the purpose of certifying the [virus] vaccination status of a citizen of the United States to a third party, or otherwise publish or share any [virus] vaccination record of a citizen of the United States, or similar health information,” the legislation reads.

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