Facts on President-Elect Biden’s Executive Actions

On day one of his presidency, President Joe Biden signed executive actions to deliver relief for families across America amid converging crises. Below, you will find a fact sheet of the actions President Biden took to address the COVID-19 pandemic, provide economic relief, tackle climate change, and advance racial equity. On the second day in office, Biden signed more executive actions to expand testing, administer vaccines, advance racial equity, and safely reopen schools and businesses. Day three of Biden’s presidency, President Biden will issue an executive action to provide economic relief to working families, communities, and small businesses across the nation.

Day One Executive Orders Here

Day Two Executive Orders Here

Day Three Executive Orders Here

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