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Since the global outbreak of coronavirus, over 50 bills have been introduced in 14 states and the District of Columbia. The bills have been introduced on a number of issues including but not limited to waiving cost-sharing requirements, paid sick leave and worker protections, appropriations request, and expanding the power of the Governor. Over 175 executive actions have been issued in 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. These executive actions include but are not limited to school closures, prohibition of mass gatherings, retail closures, and declarations of states of emergency. A total of 14 task forces have been established by 11 governors. And, 17 states and the District of Columbia have issued emergency regulations or policies on a number of issues including but not limited to insurance carriers, labor and wage, and social distancing. Forty-four (44) legislative chambers have either temporarily adjourned or moved to virtual meetings, or announced an early recess or sine die. Additionally, we have included actions coming from the administrations of the 100 most-populated cities beginning on page 29.

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