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2020 Election Policy Implications: COVID-19 Relief Priorities of a Biden Administration

If Congress and the White House are unable to reach a compromise during the Lame Duck session, COVID-19 Relief legislation will likely be the highest immediate priority of the incoming Biden Administration.  On Nov. 9, President-Elect Biden is expected to announce a group of transition advisors to develop an “action blueprint” to be ready by Jan. 20.  The “Biden-Harris COVID Plan” is summarized below.

Biden COVID-19 Relief Proposals

Testing, Coverage, Eliminating Barriers

Vaccine Development

Frontline Workers

Emergency Unemployment Compensation


Emergency Paid Leave, Caregiving Leave

Small Business

Child Care, Education

Student Loans and Rent Relief

International Activity

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