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U.S. Government Information: WR 03/21/20

Guide to information resources by and about the federal government.

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This page is an attempt to provide current awareness of federal government reports and activities. The page will be updated weekly to provide links to important, newsworthy, or interesting material published during the previous week. The goal is to keep the links to a manageable number for readers, not to be a comprehensive listing.

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Bills Signed into Law: Mar 21 - Mar 27

Information below is from Date listed is date signed into law, and the description is an abbreviated version of bill summary available on that website.

3/23 - S.893 — Secure 5G and Beyond Act of 2020 (requires the President to develop a strategy to secure and protect U.S. fifth and future generations (5G) systems and infrastructure)

3/25 - H.R.4334 — Supporting Older Americans Act of 2020 (establishes, reauthorizes, and revises several programs administered by HHS and DOL relating to care for the elderly)

3/26 - H.R.4803 — Citizenship for Children of Military Members and Civil Servants Act  (establishes that a foreign-born child of a U.S. citizen member of the Armed Forces or government employee may automatically acquire U.S. citizenship even if the child is not residing in the U.S.)

3/27 - H.R.748 — CARES Act (provides emergency assistance and health care response for individuals, families, and businesses affected by the 2020 coronavirus pandemic)