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  A PROCLAMATION ON ASIAN AMERICAN AND NATIVE HAWAIIAN / PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH, 2021 42 USCA § 2991b-3 (2021) 4/30/2021   Administrative Decisions & Guidance
  BIDEN ADMINISTRATION RESUMES WHITE HOUSE COUNCIL ON NATIVE AMERICAN AFFAIRS No Citation Available (4/16/2021) 4/15/2021   Administrative Decisions & Guidance
  EEOC EXAMINES CONNECTIONS BETWEEN COVID-19 AND CIVIL RIGHTS No Citation Available (4/30/2021) 4/28/2021   Administrative Decisions & Guidance
  FACT SHEET: BIDEN ADMINISTRATION INVESTS $4 BILLION IN AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN FUNDING TO COMBAT COVID-19 IN INDIAN COUNTRY No Citation Available (4/20/2021) 4/16/2021   Administrative Decisions & Guidance
  IN THE MATTER OF COVID-19 TELEHEALTH PROGRAM PROMOTING TELEHEALTH FOR LOW-INCOME CONSUMERS No Citation Available (4/1/2021) 3/30/2021   Administrative Decisions & Guidance
  PRESS BRIEFING BY WHITE HOUSE COVID-19 RESPONSE TEAM AND PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS No Citation Available (4/14/2021) 4/12/2021   Administrative Decisions & Guidance
  READOUT OF OVAL OFFICE MEETING WITH CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS LEADERSHIP No Citation Available (4/28/2021) 4/20/2021   Administrative Decisions & Guidance
  STATEMENT BY THE PRINCIPAL DEPUTY ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR CIVIL RIGHTS LEADING A COORDINATED CIVIL RIGHTS RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) No Citation Available (4/15/2021) 4/14/2021   Administrative Decisions & Guidance
  Boston Parent Coalition for Academic Excellence Corp. v. School Committee of City of Boston --- F.Supp.3d ----, United States District Court, D. Massachusetts.; (Publication Name: United States District Court, D. Massachusetts.) 4/15/2021 Acting on behalf of fourteen White and Asian American parents and children resident in Boston, the plaintiff corporation sues the Boston School Committee (the School Committee) charging racial discrimination and seeking to enjoin an interim plan governing Cases
  ¶ 102-917 CFPB DIRECTOR TARGETS COVID-19 RELIEF, RACIAL INEQUALITY. Bk. Compl. Gd. P 102-917, Bank Compliance Guide (2021); (Publication Name: Bank Compliance Guide) 4/15/2021 ¶ 102-917 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. February 4, 2021. CFPB blog post in full text. By Dave Uejio It has been just over two weeks since President Biden's inauguration and my appointment as Acting Director of the Bureau. I have been meeting with Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  ¶ 157-408 CFPB DIRECTOR TARGETS COVID-19 RELIEF, RACIAL INEQUALITY. Fed. Bank. L. Rep. P 157-408, Federal Banking Law Reporter (2021); (Publication Name: Federal Banking Law Reporter) 4/15/2021 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. February 4, 2021. CFPB blog post in full text. By Dave Uejio It has been just over two weeks since President Biden's inauguration and my appointment as Acting Director of the Bureau. I have been meeting with the dedic Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  ¶ 157-525 CFPB TAKING STEPS TO PREVENT WAVE OF COVID-19 FORECLOSURES. Fed. Bank. L. Rep. P 157-525, Federal Banking Law Reporter (2021); (Publication Name: Federal Banking Law Reporter) 4/15/2021 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. 86 Federal Register 18840, April 9, 2021. Notice of proposed rulemaking in full text. ACTION: Proposed rule; request for public comment. The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) seeks comment on proposed a Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  ¶ 45,757 NEW REPORT ADDRESSES HOW 40 PERCENT OF AMERICAN WORKERS EXPERIENCED WORSENING JOB QUALITY SINCE THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC - SURVEY RESULTS HR Compl. P 45757, HR Compliance (2021); (Publication Name: HR Compliance) 4/15/2021 A new report from GallupHow COVID-19 Affected the Quality of Workshows that 40 percent of workers have experienced worsening job quality since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, up from 24 percent as measured in the spring of 2019 relative to the previou Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  ¶ 5509 RESOLUTION OF THE U.S. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION CONDEMNING VIOLENCE, HARASSMENT, AND BIAS AGAINST ASIAN AMERICANS AND PACIFIC ISLANDERS IN THE UNITED STATES Empl. Prac. Guide P 5509, Employment Practices Guide (2021); (Publication Name: Employment Practices Guide) 4/15/2021 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, March 22, 2021. WHEREAS the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (Commission or EEOC), established by the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964, is the principal federal agency charged with enforcing the nation Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  ¶ 65,513 ASPE RELEASES BRIEF ON IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THOSE WITH DEMENTIA Medicare & Medicaid Guide P 65513, Medicare and Medicaid Guide (2021); (Publication Name: Medicare and Medicaid Guide) 4/15/2021 ¶ 65,513. ASPE Brief, April 6, 2021. April 6, 2021 People disproportionately affected by dementiaincluding the oldest older adults, people with multiple chronic conditions, Black and Hispanic individuals, and nursing home residentshave also been dispropor Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  ¶ 65,514 HHS IDENTIFIES CHALLENGES, POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO VACCINATING HOMEBOUND OLDER ADULTS AGAINST COVID-19 Medicare & Medicaid Guide P 65514, Medicare and Medicaid Guide (2021); (Publication Name: Medicare and Medicaid Guide) 4/15/2021 ¶ 65,514. ASPE Brief, April 6, 2021. April 6, 2021 Approximately 1.6 million adults 65 years of age and over living in the United States may have trouble accessing the COVID-19 vaccine because they are homebound; 51% of these older adults face at least o Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  ¶ 68,446 GAO RECOMMENDATIONS ADDRESSING COVID-19 IN NURSING HOMES NOT IMPLEMENTED Medicare & Medicaid Guide P 68446, Medicare and Medicaid Guide (2021); (Publication Name: Medicare and Medicaid Guide) 4/15/2021 GAO Report, No. GAO-21-402T, March 17, 2021. Testimony Before the Committee on Finance, U.S. Senate For Release on Delivery Expected at 10:00 a.m. ET Wednesday, March 17, 2021 Statement of John E. Dicken, Director, Health Care Highlights of GAO-21-402T, a Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  ¶ 68,446D GAO REPORT, GAO-21-402T, MARCH 17, 2021 - COVID-19 IN NURSING HOMES: HHS HAS TAKEN STEPS IN RESPONSE TO PANDEMIC, BUT SEVERAL GAO RECOMMENDATIONS HAVE NOT BEEN IMPLEMENTED Medicare & Medicaid Guide P 68446D, Medicare and Medicaid Guide (2021); (Publication Name: Medicare and Medicaid Guide) 4/15/2021 Testimony Before the Committee on Finance, U.S. Senate For Release on Delivery Expected at 10:00 a.m. ET Wednesday, March 17, 2021 Statement of John E. Dicken, Director, Health Care Highlights of GAO-21-402T, a testimony before the Committee on Finance, U Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  AUDIT OF INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE'S COVID-19 VACCINE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR COVID-19 VACCINES DISTRIBUTED TO TRIBAL HEALTH PROGRAMS - APRIL 2021 Healthcare Compl. Rep. 1694872, Health Care Compliance Reporter (2021); (Publication Name: Health Care Compliance Reporter) 4/15/2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations nationwide. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that the age-adjusted AI/AN population's mortality rate from COVID-19 was Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  AUDIT OF INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE'S COVID-19 VACCINE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR COVID-19 VACCINES DISTRIBUTED TO TRIBAL HEALTH PROGRAMS - MARCH 2021 (ARCHIVED) Healthcare Compl. Rep. 1694883, Health Care Compliance Reporter (2021); (Publication Name: Health Care Compliance Reporter) 4/15/2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations nationwide. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that the age-adjusted AI/AN population's mortality rate from COVID-19 was Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
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