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All of Biden’s major executive orders — in one chart

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Below is a table showing the orders he signed on January 20, his first day in office, and any other enforcement actions that may follow or are expected.

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Biden’s key executive actions
subject

Action type

date

Reinvolvement with the World Health Organization

End the withdrawal process

January 20

Create a COVID-19 response coordinator location

Executive order

January 20

Rejoin the Paris Agreement

Sign “instrument”

January 20

Revoke permission for Keystone XL pipeline and suspend energy leasing at ANWR

Executive order

January 20

Ask the agency to extend the eviction / foreclosure moratorium

request

January 20

Ask the Education Department to extend the suspension of student loans

request

January 20

Initiate an initiative to promote racial equality and end the “1776 Committee”

Executive order

January 20

Revoke an order aimed at excluding undocumented migrants from the census

Executive order

January 20

Preservation / enhancement of DACA to help “dreamers”

Note

January 20

Mask / Distance Requests by All Federal Property and Federal Workers

Executive order

January 20

No reverse travel, mainly for Islamic countries

Executive order

January 20

Stop construction of border walls

Declaration

January 20

Fighting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity

Executive order

January 20

Demanding ethical pledges from government officials

Executive orderr

January 20

Update and improve regulatory reviews

Note

January 20

End “harsh and extreme immigration”

Executive order

January 20

Expand protection from deportation of US Liberia

Note

January 20

Revoke certain executive orders on federal regulation

Executive order

January 20

Freeze new or pending regulations

Note

January 20

Fill the supply shortage of combat vs. COVID-19 with the Defense Production Act and other measures

Executive order

January 21

National Guard Increases FEMA Redemption to State of PPE

Note

January 21

Established “COVID-19 Pandemic Inspection Committee” to expand inspections

Executive order

January 21

Enhance access to COVID-19 treatment and clinical care

Executive order

January 21

Improve the collection / analysis of COVID related data

Executive order

January 21

Launch a vaccination campaign with the following goals: 100 million shots in 100 days

Command

January 21

Providing guidance for safely resuming school

Executive order

January 21

OSHA Guidance to Keep Workers Safe from COVID-19

Executive order

January 21

Face mask required at airport and other modes of transportation

Executive order

January 21

Establish “COVID-19 Health Disparity Task Force”

Executive order

January 21

Supporting the international response to COVID-19 “Restoration of US Global Leadership”

Command

January 21

Ask agencies to boost food aid and improve the provision of stimulus checks

Executive order

January 22

Restore collective bargaining power of federal workers

Executive order

January 22

Remove the ban on transgender people who serve openly in the U.S. military

Executive order

January 25

Strengthen “American Purchasing” Rules in Government Procurement

Executive order

January 25

Revive coronavirus travel restrictions in most Brazil in Europe

Declaration

January 25

End the use of private prisons by the Department of Justice

Executive order

January 26

Instruct the HUD to deal with discriminatory housing practices

Note

January 26

Fighting Racism Against Asian Americans and Pacific Islands People

Note

January 26

Instruct agencies to engage in consultations with tribal governments

Note

January 26

Suspend new oil and gas leasing in US land / waters and increase climate change as a national security and foreign policy priority

Executive order

January 27

Reestablish the Presidential Commission on Science and Technology

Executive order

January 27

Instruct institutions to make decisions about the best available science, evidence

Note

January 27

Reopen the Obamacare market and lower recent barriers to participation in Medicaid

Executive order

January 28

Lift certain restrictions on abortion funding

Note

January 28

End the “Stay in Mexico” program for Central American asylum seekers

Undecided

Undecided

Launch rollback of “public billing rules” that impose wealth tests on immigrant candidates

Undecided

Undecided

Create a task force to reunite migrant families separated at the border

Undecided

Undecided

Source: Biden administration, multiple published reports

Biden will postpone signing immigration-related administrative measures planned for Friday.

to see:Biden to delay immigration executive order: Report

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This is an updated version of the report first published on January 21, 2021.

All of Biden’s major executive orders — in one chart

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