Joe BidenJoe Biden DK residents took the opportunity to pay for food for the National Guard Joe Biden can bring “unity” – in the Middle East, Biden should not allow the victorious cancer to return to the background to MORE MORE will spend the second week of his presidency in the same way he spent his first: signing a number of executive actions aimed at repealing certain Trump administrative policies while carrying out his own.
This week, Biden will focus on immigration, health, climate and other areas, following a specific theme each day. Here are the elements Biden is expected to take, according to a note received from The Hill.
Monday: Buy American Day
Biden is expected to sign an enforcement order directing agencies to tighten requirements so that they acquire goods and services from US companies and workers.
During the campaign, Biden pledged $ 400 billion in investment during his first term in federal purchases of products made by American workers.
He also pledged to tighten the loopholes and exemptions that allowed federal agencies to buy products made abroad and to take action against counterfeit advertising around products allegedly made in the United States.
Former President Trump signed the first order to buy American and rent American during his first months of rule, which aimed to increase wages in the country while restricting the flow of some visa holders.
Tuesday: Equity Day
On Tuesday, Biden will sign a wide range of executive orders related to racial capital.
The president is likely to set up a police commission and restore Obama-era rules on the transfer of military-style equipment to local law enforcement. He is also expected to sign an enforcement order ordering the Ministry of Justice to improve prison conditions and begin eliminating the use of private prisons.
Other enforcement actions scheduled for Tuesday include a memorandum urging agencies to boost engagement with Native American tribes, a memorandum ordering the Department of Housing and Urban Development to promote housing equality, and a non-discrimination order against Asian-American and American-American .
The latest issue came to the fore at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, when Asian Americans said they had been harassed because the virus originated in China.
Some of the executive actions Biden is likely to take on Tuesday are still being finalized and may include additional immigration measures and the lifting of a ban on transgender troops serving in the military.
A note with a preliminary review of Biden’s expected actions during his first weeks in office also includes preliminary actions on voting rights and sentences at the Ministry of Justice.
Wednesday: Climate Day
Biden will announce plans for a US leadership summit on Earth Day as one of many actions aimed at tackling the climate crisis.
A note outlining orders also signals that Biden will sign an executive order that initiates a series of regulatory actions to “combat climate change within the country and make climate change a national security priority,” although it does not propose additional specifics.
The omnibus order will also restore the presidential council of science and technology advisers, as well as a memorandum urging agencies to make decisions based on available science and evidence.
On his first day in office, Biden recommitted the United States to the Paris Climate Agreement and signed an executive order revoking a key permit for the Keystone XL pipeline and suspending oil and gas leasing at an Alaska wildlife refuge.
Thursday: Health Care Day
Biden on Thursday will take long-awaited action among pro-election advocates to repeal a so-called policy in Mexico City that bans the use of US funding for foreign organizations that provide or promote abortion.
The policy, described as a “global gag rule” by reproductive health advocates, was first developed by then-President Reagan and repeatedly repealed by Democratic presidents and reinstated by Republican presidents in the years that followed.
Biden will also order a review of the Trump administration’s controversial changes to the Title X family planning program, which requires participating family planning providers to stop providing or promoting abortions in order to remain eligible for funding.
The president must also sign an enforcement order aimed at strengthening Medicaid and initiating an open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act.
Trump has often boasted that he is repealing the Affordable Care Act by repealing the individual mandate, even though Republicans have failed to repeal the bill completely, as promised.
Friday: Immigration Day
Biden will build on some of the immigration-related actions he took on his first day in office with several additional executive orders to be signed on Friday.
According to a note received from The Hill, the president is likely to sign an order on regional migration and border handling that will repeal Trump’s administrative policies on the asylum system and focus on developing strategies to address the root causes of Central American migration. .
Biden will also sign an order to set up a working group to reunite migrant families separated during the Trump administration. Biden himself faced criticism during the Democratic primaries about the Obama administration’s deportation policy, but the Trump administration pursued a formal zero-tolerance policy that led to the separation of thousands of migrant families.
The president will also sign an order directing an immediate review of the public fee rule “and other actions to remove barriers and restore confidence in the legal immigration system, including improving the naturalization process.”
The fourth line, setting out principles for guiding the implementation of the refugee reception program, is indicative of Friday’s timetable, but may be repealed or amended, according to the note.