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An Alabama House resolution condemning the World Health Organization (WHO) passed Thursday after it was initially delayed on a 64-28 vote.

House Joint Resolution No. 113, sponsored by Rep. Mack Butler, R-Rainbow City, encourages the federal government to cease funding and supporting WHO and to reject any international health regulation regarding pandemic preparedness.

“This is simply to encourage Congress to cease funding them. We’ve been funding them hundreds of millions of dollars a year, but they don’t give us any credence,” Butler said on the House floor, claiming that an alleged vote from Congress would give the U.S.’s sovereignty to the WHO
House Democrats didn’t accept that argument and questioned the motives behind the resolution.

Rep. Laura Hall, D-Huntsville, questioned how an international organization could take control of a sovereign country.

“I’m really serious about trying to understand. My perception of the World Health Organization is not what I’m hearing from you,” she said.

Hall said that it “appeared to be a personal reaction to the concerns that you have.”

Butler said that he doesn’t trust WHO due to its response to the COVID pandemic, claiming that China created the virus in a lab and the international health organization covered it up.

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