The Biden Administration:
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The Biden Administration is implementing significant changes to many areas of government and federal regulation. This resource is a collection of updates, analyses and guidance provided by BakerHostetler attorneys to help businesses prepare for and respond to this changing environment.

Refer to this page for timely information about key issues that affect businesses in every sector. Contact us if you have questions.

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Privacy-Forward California AG Xavier Becerra Confirmed as Next HHS Secretary
By Alexandra Royal, Aleksandra Vold
March 31, 2021
On March 19, 2021, Xavier Becerra was confirmed as the secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). HHS is the federal regulatory body that oversees the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), which is the primary federal...
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Democrats Face Key Test Vote on COVID-19 Relief Bill
By Christian B. Jones
February 22, 2021
House Democrats plan to vote as soon as Friday on their $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill, a key initial hurdle as they race to renew federal unemployment benefits, provide stimulus checks to millions of Americans and inject billions...
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Daunting Deadlines: Congress' To-Do List on Expiring Laws
By Kevin R. Edgar
February 9, 2021
While Washington is rushing to enact COVID-19 funding before the mid-March expiration of enhanced federal unemployment benefits, lawmakers face a host of upcoming policy deadlines that will require congressional action. House and Senate...
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Reconciliation Primer: Democrats March Toward COVID-19 Relief Bill
By Christian B. Jones
February 5, 2021
The Senate on Friday took the first step toward advancing filibuster-proof legislation that congressional Democrats hope to enact by mid-March that would include $1.9 trillion in COVID-19 relief and other policy priorities. Democrats are...
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