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Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Keith Lewis, CQ Roll Call Black-owned businesses twice as likely to fail amid COVID-19, NY Fed says CQ Roll Call Washington Banking Briefing 8/6/2020 The Federal Reserve Bank of New York on Tuesday reported the disproportionate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on minority businesses, citing research suggesting 41 percent of Black-owned businesses closed permanently, more than twice the rate for white-owned businesses....Black-owned businesses twice as likely to fail amid COVID- 19, NY Fed says August 6, 2020 The Federal Reserve Bank......disease. Recent research has separately shown an alarming incidence of COVID- 19 cases among Blacks racial disparities in access to federal relief funds. . . and higher rates..."
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Lisa M. Goolik, J.D. FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM-LAWMAKERS INTRODUCE BILL TO REDUCE RACE-BASED EMPLOYMENT, WAGE GAP Wolters Kluwer Banking and Finance Law Daily 8/6/2020 The Federal Reserve Racial and Economic Equity Act would require the Fed to use its authority to minimize and eliminate racial disparities in employment, wages, and wealth. Representative Maxine Waters (D-Calif), Chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass), Ranking Member of the Senate Banking, Housing, and...
Regulations (Proposed & Adopted)   2020 NY REG TEXT 552500 (NS)   8/5/2020 To provide flexibility for certain regulatory requirements in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Regulations (Proposed & Adopted)   2020 NC REG TEXT 561614 (NS)   8/3/2020 IT IS ORDERED: Section I. Extension and Amendment of Phase 2 Order. Executive Order No. 141 shall remain in effect, as amended below, until 5:00 pm on July 17, 2020. The effective date provision of Executive Order No. 141 is amended to have that order continue in effect through the above-listed time and date. Section II. New Requirements to Wear Face Coverings. Executive Order No. 141 is amended to add the following section.
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Kerrie R. Heslin, Esq., Ryan S. Carlson, Esq., and Robin H. Rome, Esq., Nukk-Freeman & Cerra PC Anticipating and preparing for COVID-19-related employment litigation 26 No. 02 Westlaw Journal Health Care Fraud 17 8/1/2020 Although certain health and financial ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic appear to be improving, the litigation-related fallout is just beginning. The pandemic has triggered a significant rise in unemployment, with over 20 million Americans currently out of work a statistic that historically correlates to increased litigation. It also has...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Daniel P. Monarch , Daniel J. Boehm COVID-19 GIVES RISE TO THE BIRTH OF THE REMOTE VOLUNTARY SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE PROGRAM 62-AUG Orange County Lawyer 36 8/1/2020 On March 23, 2020, the Honorable Judge Kirk H. Nakamura, Presiding Judge of the Orange County Superior Court, initiated a series of Administrative Orders that continued or trailed almost 10,000 Family Law matters (Administrative Order 20/08). Pursuant to these Orders, all pending non-emergency Family Law matters set between March 23, 2020 and June...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Fern L. Kletter, J.D. COVID-19 Related Litigation: Effect of Pandemic on Release from Federal Custody 54 American Law Reports ALR Federal 3d Art. 1 (Originally published in 2020) 8/1/2020 The novel coronavirus has spread rampantly throughout the United States, touching off widespread infections of COVID-19. Incarcerated and detained persons live within congregate environments, heightening the potential for COVID-19 to spread once introduced. This has prompted many federal detainees and inmates to petition for release from custodial...
Legislation (Proposed & Enacted) Solages, Michaelle C. 2019 NY A.B. 10850 (NS) 2019 New York Assembly Bill No. 10850, New York Two Hundred Forty-Third Legislative Session (VERSION: Introduced) 7/24/2020 SUMMARY: KENNEDY RULES COM (Request of Solages) Requires New York state to develop and implement a plan for the distribution of a COVID-19 medical countermeasure in a manner that prioritizes those communities serving the most vulnerable residents of the state. STATE OF NEW YORK ; 10850 IN ASSEMBLY July 24, 2020 ; Introduced by COMMITTEE ON RULES -- (at request of M. of A. Solages) -- read once and referred to the Committee on Health AN ACT requiring New York state to develop and implement a plan for the.... . . ...develop and implement a plan for the distribution of a COVID- 19 medical countermeasure in a manner that prioritizes those communities serving.... . . ...to population characteristics, including but not limited to, age, gender, racial and/or ethnic background and income status of the members… ...illness, hospital capacity, recovery and/or mortality during the current COVID- 19 pandemic; and (ii) the ability or inability of medical providers...
Legislation (Proposed & Enacted) LAWRENCE,TOOHIL 2019 PA H.B. 2455 (NS) 2019 Pennsylvania House Bill No. 2455, Pennsylvania Two Hundred Fourth General Assembly - 2019-2020 (VERSION: Adopted) 7/23/2020 SUMMARY: An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for COVID-19 emergency testing plan and reporting and for water and sewer authorities in cities of the second class. SENATE AMENDED PRIOR PRINTER'S NOS. 3639, 3693, 3697, 4009 PRINTER'S NO. 4059 THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE BILL No. 2455 Session of 2020 INTRODUCED BY LAWRENCE AND TOOHIL, APRIL 27, 2020 AS AMENDED ON THIRD CONSIDERATION, IN SENATE, JUNE 30, 2020 AN ACT Amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), entitled An act providing for and...". . . ...175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for COVID- 19 emergency testing plan and reporting and for water and sewer.... . . ...D). (c) (D) Reporting requirements.--A health care provider ordering COVID- 19 testing shall report, as prescribed by the Department of Health, a patient's self-reported demographic data including age, sex, race and ethnicity. (d) (E) Expiration.--This section shall expire 60...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources CQ Roll Call staff HHS seeks to prevent racial, ethnic discrimination during pandemic CQ Roll Call Insurance Briefing 7/21/2020 The Health and Human Services Department's Office for Civil Rights issued guidance on Monday to ensure that HHS-funded programs comply with federal civil rights laws and regulations that prohibit discrimination related to race, color and national origin during the pandemic.. . . ...HHS seeks to prevent racial, ethnic discrimination during pandemic July 21, 2020 The Health and.... . . ...origin. HHS is committed to helping populations hardest hit by COVID- 19 including African- American and Native American
Administrative Decisions & Guidance   ORDER REQUIRING CERTAIN HEALTHCARE FACILITIES WITHIN THE CITY TO OFFER AND CONDUCT SARSCOV-2 DIAGNOSTIC TESTING TO SYMPTOMATIC PERSONS, PERSONS WHO HAVE HAD CONTACT WITH CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES, AND PERSONS WHO ARE AT H   7/21/2020 . . . ...TO SYMPTOMATIC PERSONS, PERSONS WHO HAVE HAD CONTACT WITH CONFIRMED COVID- 19 CASES, AND PERSONS WHO ARE AT HIGHER RISK OF EXPOSURE.... . . ...of infection and may be at higher risk of developing COVID- 19 o People Living in High Density Situations o Other congregate… ...that increase their risk for severe illness and death from COVID- 19: o Racial and ethnic minority groups (see: www.cdc.gov/ coronavirus/2019-ncov/need-extraprecautions/ racial-ethnic-minorities.html o Black/ African American Community o Latina/o/x Community o Native Americans...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Jordain Carney Congress set for showdown on coronavirus relief legislation The Hill 7/20/2020 A fight over the next round of coronavirus aid is coming to a head as lawmakers prepare to race the clock to get a deal.. . . ...Congress set for showdown on coronavirus relief legislation July 20, 2020 A fight over the next round of coronavirus aid is coming to a head as lawmakers prepare to race the clock to get a deal. Congress faces multiple hurdles...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Jim Saksa, CQ Roll Call Mnuchin offers insight on PPP changes in next COVID-19 relief bill CQ Roll Call Washington Banking Briefing 7/17/2020 Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin gave an indication Friday of the potential changes to a forgivable loan program that's been a lifeline for small businesses hurt by COVID-19.. . . ...Mnuchin offers insight on PPP changes in next COVID- 19 relief bill July 17, 2020 Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin gave.... . . ...for 6-months of fixed operating costs and payroll. The coronavirus has disproportionately devastated Black and Latino communities, who've suffered higher infection and hospitalization rates than whites...
Legislation (Proposed & Enacted) Primary Sponsor(s): McKnight, Angela V., Co-Sponsor(s): 2020 NJ A.R. 175 (NS) 2020 New Jersey Assembly Resolution No. 175, New Jersey Two Hundred Nineteenth Legislature - First Annual Session (VERSION: Introduced) 7/16/2020 SUMMARY: Declares racism a public health crisis in New Jersey. ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION No. 175 STATE OF NEW JERSEY 219th LEGISLATURE INTRODUCED JULY 16, 2020 Sponsored by: Assemblywoman ANGELA V. MCKNIGHT District 31 (Hudson) SYNOPSIS Declares racism a public health crisis in New Jersey. CURRENT VERSION OF TEXT As introduced. An Assembly Resolution declaring racism a public health crisis in the State of New Jersey. Whereas, The United States has historically and systemically disadvantaged racial, ethnic, and religious groups across the country, creating deep-seated problems that persist today,.... . ....Legislature - First Annual Session NEW JERSEY RESOLUTION TEXT TITLE: Declares racism a public health crisis in New Jersey. VERSION: Introduced July.... . ....Health Association have all formally declared that, along with the coronavirus disease 2019 ( COVID- 19), racism is a public health...leading health organizations to study the public health effects of racism, physical and verbal violence between law enforcement officers and black... issue,. . . and called upon the Centers...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources CQ Roll Call FDA needs to promote trust in data on COVID-19 vaccine, experts say CQ Roll Call Washington Data Privacy Briefing 7/16/2020 The Food and Drug Administration should hold hearings and publish data before it approves a COVID-19 vaccine to boost public confidence, experts in infectious diseases and vaccination advise.. . ....FDA needs to promote trust in data on COVID- 19 vaccine, experts say July 16, 2020 The Food and Drug.... . ....any, is absolutely critical, Bhattacharya said. Trust in an eventual COVID- 19 vaccine will be fragile. . . public experts worry
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Jacob Bielanski LOANS-NUMEROUS GROUPS URGE CANCELLATION OF STUDENT DEBT IN NEXT COVID-19 RELIEF BILL 2020 WL 4012884 7/16/2020 Over 100 groups support earlier efforts to forgive $30,000 of roughly 45 million borrowers' student-loan debts, in addition to extending a payment forbearance provision under the CARES Act ending at a cliff on October 1. Congressional leaders have been asked to include student debt-relief that meets the scale of student debt issues as part of the.... . ....LOANSNUMEROUS GROUPS URGE CANCELLATION OF STUDENT DEBT IN NEXT COVID- 19 RELIEF BILL July 16, 2020 By Jacob Bielanski By Over.... . ....CARES) Act. Including student debt cancellation as part of our coronavirus response would put borrowers and their families on better financial footing, provide an immediate economic boost, advance racial equity, relieve strain on other federal and state programs, and...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Keith Lewis, CQ Roll Call Warren, Pressley question HHS over healthcare racial disparities CQ Roll Call Insurance Briefing 7/16/2020 Massachusetts Democrats Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Ayanna S. Pressley are asking the Health and Human Services Department to address racial disparities in COVID-19 infection and death rates, as well as in overall healthcare outcomes.. . ....Warren, Pressley question HHS over healthcare racial disparities July 16, 2020 Massachusetts Democrats Sen. Elizabeth Warren and.... . ....are asking the Health and Human Services Department to address racial disparities in COVID- 19 infection and death rates, as well as in overall healthcare.... . ....and Indigenous communities have been disproportionately infected and killed by COVID- 19 underscores that racism, discrimination, and bias are public health problems that the federal.... . ....as their white counterparts, they said. Without successfully addressing these racial disparities in health outcomes and health care access
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources WILLIAM H. RODGERS, JR., Emeritus Stimson Bullitt Professor of Environmental Law, University of Washington School of Law, ELIZABETH BURLESON, Burleson Institute, part of the U.N. Climate Technology Center and Network § 0B:22.Climate Change Linked to the Rise in Infectious Diseases-The Rise of Coronaviruses and Climate Change-The Psychosocial Effects and Stigma of the Coronavirus Pandemic Rodgers Environmental Law Second Edition § 0B:22 7/15/2020 COVID-19 is now an internationally known disease which has spread around the world like a wildfire, caused a global recession, and changed the societal habits. Yet, at the end of 2019, health professionals in Wuhan only knew that there was an unknown illness causing pneumonia-like cases. China alerted WHO on December 31, 2019, that something was.... . ....Linked to the Rise in Infectious DiseasesThe Rise of Coronaviruses and Climate ChangeThe Psychosocial Effects and Stigma of the Coronavirus Pandemic COVID-19 is now an internationally known disease which.... . ....of Asian descent, especially those of Chinese ethnicity, have experienced racism and discrimination because of the association of the COVID- 19 virus to China.[ 4 ] Some of the discrimination is passive.... . ....in NYC. 6 On the community level
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources   ¶ 36,357D DISPARATE IMPACT ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLAINT AGAINST TYSON, JBS CHALLENGES LACK OF COVID-19 WORKER PROTECTIONS - LITIGATION NEWS, TRENDS Labor & Employment Law P 36357D 7/15/2020 By Pamela Wolf, J.D. On July 8, a nationwide coalition of organizations that advocate for meat processing workers and allied groups filed an administrative civil rights complaint against mega-corporations Tyson and JBS. Filed with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the complaint alleges that, in addition to being disastrous for the wellbeing of.... . ....DISPARATE IMPACT ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLAINT AGAINST TYSON, JBS CHALLENGES LACK OF COVID- 19 WORKER PROTECTIONS LITIGATION NEWS, TRENDS 2020 By Pamela Wolf, J.D.... . ....health, the two major meat processing corporations have engaged in racial discrimination prohibited by the Civil Rights Act of 1964 through their workplace policies during the COVID- 19 pandemic. Purportedly, Tyson and JBS have adopted policies that reject.... . ....impact. Meat processing workers, the majority of whom are Black, Latino, and Asian, bear an adverse disparate impact from exposure to COVID- 19 caused by Respondents' Corporate Processing Policies that favor a processing.... . ....CDC Disparity Report found that, based on 21 states reporting race and ethnicity data, Hispanic and Asian workers might be disproportionately affected by COVID- 19 in this workplace setting, the complaint states. The Report does...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Nick Wicker Anti-smoking groups sue federal regulators for inactivity on menthol cigarettes 28 No. 03 Westlaw Journal Health Law 09 7/15/2020 Two anti-smoking consumer groups claim that multiple government bodies failed to ban menthol cigarettes despite direction from Congress, disproportionately affecting Black Americans and making them more susceptible to COVID-19. In a complaint filed June 17 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, the African American.... . ....smoking groups sue federal regulators for inactivity on menthol cigarettes African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council v. HHS By Nick Wicker Copyright.... . ....to ban menthol cigarettes despite direction from Congress, disproportionately affecting Black Americans and making them more susceptible to COVID- 19. African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council et al. v. U.S.... . ....in the U.S. use menthol cigarettes. This menthol use puts Black Americans in special danger, the complaint says, given their typically higher rates of diabetes, heart disease, lung issues and now COVID- 19. The suit names as defendants the U.S. Department of Health.... . ....resulted in exacerbated heart and lung conditions that have made African Americans more susceptible to the novel coronavirus outbreak. By continuing to delay
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Dubin Research, Consulting , New York, NY, 212-219-1469, Email admin@dubinconsulting.com, Website www.dubinconsulting.com COVID-19'S NEXT VICTIM? THE RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED 44-MAY Champion 22 7/15/2020 On May 24, 2020, Benjamin Netanyahu walked into a courtroom in Jerusalem to face charges of corruption. The occasion was momentous by any measure--Mr. Netanyahu became the first sitting Israeli prime minister to stand trial. But despite these historic charges, the media appeared equally fixated on what Mr. Netanyahu was wearing. Why? He walked into.... . ....MAY Champion 22 2020 WL 4036744 CHAMPION Champion May, 2020 COVID- 19'S NEXT VICTIM? THE RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED Dubin Research Consulting.... . ....and Ethnic Minorities Though data related to the impact of COVID- 19 on the health of racial and ethnic minority groups is still emerging, the CDC has.... . ....data suggest a disproportionate burden of illness and death among racial and ethnic minority groups. [FN145] An April 17, 2020 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), which included race and ethnicity data from 580 patients hospitalized with lab-confirmed COVID- 19, found that black patients represented a larger percentage of hospitalized...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources   CRIMINAL COURT REOPENING AND PUBLIC HEALTH IN THE COVID-19 ERA 44-MAY Champion 46 7/15/2020 NACDL recognizes that the unprecedented public health risks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic present enormous challenges for court operations, especially in criminal matters where liberty, and in some venues life, are at stake. There is an inherent conflict between core constitutional rights and public safety. A highly infectious and potentially.... . ....May, 2020 CRIMINAL COURT REOPENING AND PUBLIC HEALTH IN THE COVID- 19 ERA NACDL Statement of Principles Copyright © 2020 by National Association.... . ....seeking release for incarcerated individuals who face increased risk of COVID- 19 infection by virtue of age, race, pre-existing medical conditions, conditions of confinement, or other factors.... . ....limitation or accommodation implemented to continue court operations during the COVID- 19 pandemic must not exacerbate the historic failures of the criminal.... . ....to trial (through coercive plea bargaining), structural discrimination based on race and socio-economic status, excessive use of pretrial detention, and...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources   FDA GUIDANCE EXAMINES KEY COVID-19 VACCINE TRIAL ISSUES 27 No. 7 Guide to Good Clinical Practice Newsl. 28 7/15/2020 A new FDA final guidance on the clinical development and licensure of vaccines for the prevention of COVID-19, includes key considerations for clinical trial populations, trial design, and efficacy, statistical, and safety concerns. The guidance said that individuals 55 and older may be enrolled in first-in-human and other early phase studies so.... . ....Practice Newsletter August, 2020 FDA GUIDANCE EXAMINES KEY COVID- 19 VACCINE TRIAL ISSUES Copyright (c) 2020 by Thompson FDA.... . ....FDA strongly encourages the enrollment of populations most affected by COVID- 19, specifically racial and ethnic minorities and the evaluation of vaccine safety and...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Karishma Shah Page , Victoria K. Hamscho THE 2020 ELECTION AND THE HEALTH POLICY LANDSCAPE POST-COVID-19 22 No. 4 Journal of Health Care Compliance 31 7/15/2020 The COVID-19 pandemic is poised to shape the health policy landscape as the country continues to grapple with the unprecedented health and economic impact of the pandemic. With the 2020 election only a few months away, the COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the differences and potential impact of the policy priorities of not only President Donald.... . ....Feature THE 2020 ELECTION AND THE HEALTH POLICY LANDSCAPE POST- COVID- 19 Karishma Shah Page [FNa1] Victoria K. Hamscho [FNa2] Copyright © 2020.... . ....to play a central role in the 2020 election. The COVID- 19 pandemic has amplified the differences and potential impact of the.... . ....and policymakers on Capitol Hill, some of whom face competitive races this fall. Since late March, Congress has passed four coronavirus...
Law Review and Other Secondary Sources Gopal Ratnam, CQ Roll Call Top brands help spread COVID-19 disinformation, report says CQ Roll Call Washington Data Privacy Briefing 7/15/2020 The world's top brands ranging from well-known cosmetic names and computer makers to healthcare and technology companies are unwittingly funneling their advertising dollars to websites that traffic in COVID-19 disinformation, according to a study released July 8.. . ....Top brands help spread COVID- 19 disinformation, report says July 15, 2020 The world's top brands.... . ....the Global Disinformation Index. If you're an organization supporting the Asian- American community but you're on sites that call COVID- 19 as the 'Wuhan virus' then you can see how it..."
Administrative Decisions & Guidance   PRESS BRIEFING BY VICE PRESIDENT PENCE AND MEMBERS OF THE WHITE HOUSE CORONAVIRUS TASK FORCE BATON ROUGE, LA   7/14/2020 . . ....BY VICE PRESIDENT PENCE AND MEMBERS OF THE WHITE HOUSE CORONAVIRUS TASK FORCE | BATON ROUGE, LA July 14, 2020 Louisiana State.... . ....of the risk factors for having a worse episode of coronavirus infection -- the obesity, diabetes, hypertension, minority race -- are represented in our state. We have the ability to...
Legislation (Proposed & Enacted) Kennedy, Timothy M. 2019 NY S.B. 8717 (NS) 2019 New York Senate Bill No. 8717, New York Two Hundred Forty-Third Legislative Session (VERSION: Amended/Substituted) 7/13/2020 SUMMARY: Requires New York state to develop and implement a plan for the distribution of a COVID-19 medical countermeasure in a manner that prioritizes those communities serving the most vulnerable residents of the state. STATE OF NEW YORK ; 8717--A IN SENATE July 10, 2020 ; Introduced by Sen. KENNEDY -- read twice and ordered printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Rules -- committee discharged, bill amended, ordered reprinted as amended and recommitted to said committee AN ACT requiring New.... . ....develop and implement a plan for the distribution of a COVID- 19 medical countermeasure in a manner that prioritizes those communities serving.... . ....to population characteristics, including but not limited to, age, gender, racial and/or ethnic background and income status of the members.... . ....illness, hospital capacity, recovery and/or mortality during the current COVID- 19 pandemic; and (ii) the ability or inability of medical providers...
Legislation (Proposed & Enacted) Kennedy, Timothy M. 2019 NY S.B. 8717 (NS) 2019 New York Senate Bill No. 8717, New York Two Hundred Forty-Third Legislative Session (VERSION: Introduced) 7/10/2020 SUMMARY: Requires New York state to develop and implement a plan for the distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine in a manner that prioritizes those communities serving the most vulnerable residents of the state. STATE OF NEW YORK ; 8717 IN SENATE July 10, 2020 ; Introduced by Sen. KENNEDY -- read twice and ordered printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Rules AN ACT requiring New York state to develop and implement a plan for the distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine in a manner that prioritizes.... . ....develop and implement a plan for the distribution of a COVID- 19 vaccine in a manner that prioritizes those communities serving the.... . ....of patients in a community, with sensitivity to age, gender, racial and/or ethnic background and low-income status of the.... . ....of illness, hospitalization, recovery and/or mortality during the current COVID- 19 pandemic; and (ii) the ability or inability of medical providers...
Regulations (Proposed & Adopted)   2020 IL REG TEXT 559605 (NS)   7/10/2020 The intent of this Executive Order is to safely and conscientiously resume and expand activities that were paused or limited as COVID-19 cases rose exponentially and threatened to overwhelm our healthcare system.. . ....2020 20200710 Office of the Governor Executive Order 2020-43 ( COVID- 19 Executive Order No. 41) The intent of this Executive Order.... . ....resume and expand activities that were paused or limited as COVID- 19 cases rose exponentially and threatened to overwhelm our healthcare system.... . ....exponential growth and record high numbers of cases; and, WHEREAS , COVID- 19 has claimed the lives of and continues to impact the health of Black and Hispanic Illinoisans at a disproportionately high rate magnifying significant health disparities...
Legislation (Proposed & Enacted ) Eric Lesser 2019 MA S.D. 2997 (NS) 2019 Massachusetts Senate Docket No. 2997, The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (VERSION: Draft/Request) 7/9/2020 An Act establishing the Commission of Inquiry on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts response to and recovery from the COVID-19 crisis SECTION 1. (a) Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, there shall be a special commission known as the Commission of Inquiry on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' Response to and Recovery from the COVID-19 Crisis, established to conduct a rigorous and comprehensive review of the Commonwealth's COVID-19 response and subsequent recovery in Massachusetts and make recommendations on how the Commonwealth can be better prepared for future...
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