Compilation* of COVID-19 Legislation & Government Updates April 27, 2020

 
Compilation* of COVID-19 Legislation & Government Updates April 27, 2020
Compilation* of COVID-19 Legislation & Government Updates
                                   April 27, 2020

Americas ___________________________________________________________________________ 2
  Brazil ____________________________________________________________________________________ 2
  United States (Federal) _____________________________________________________________________ 2
  United States (State Specific) ________________________________________________________________ 3
EMEA ______________________________________________________________________________ 4
  Estonia __________________________________________________________________________________ 4
  Finland __________________________________________________________________________________ 4
  Hungary _________________________________________________________________________________ 4
  Israel ____________________________________________________________________________________ 5
  Netherlands ______________________________________________________________________________ 5
  UK ______________________________________________________________________________________ 5
Asia________________________________________________________________________________ 7
  China ____________________________________________________________________________________ 7
  Hong Kong _______________________________________________________________________________ 7
  India ____________________________________________________________________________________ 7
  Japan ____________________________________________________________________________________ 7
  Taiwan __________________________________________________________________________________ 8
International ________________________________________________________________________ 9
APPENDIX 1: U.S. State Pending Legislation Compilation ___________________________________ 10
APPENDIX 2: Global Coronavirus Response Tracker, Yale Program on Financial Stability (YPFS) ____ 46
APPENDIX 3: Global Data Privacy & Security Guidance on Handling Personal Data During a Pandemic
Tracker by PRACTICAL LAW ____________________________________________________________ 61

*This document includes a compilation of legislation and governmental updates as they relate to COVID-19. It is
not intended to offer advice or guidance.

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AMERICAS
BRAZIL

Banco Central do Brasil has allowed financial institutions to capture Time Deposits1 with Special Guarantee (DPGE)
from institutions associated with the Credit Guarantee Fund (FGC). Funding will be guaranteed by the FGC up to a
maximum amount of R $ 400 million of the total credits of each holding institution against the institution or
conglomerate issuing DPGE.

Banco Central do Brasil has amended the prudential requirements2 applicable to financial institutions under the
Emergency Employment Support Program in which the portion paid by the Union in credit operations contracted
under the Emergency Employment Support Program (PESE) will not be counted as an exposure of the participating
financial institution, for the purposes of calculating the capital requirement through a standardized approach
(RWACPAD) and Leverage Ratio (RA).

UNITED STATES (FEDERAL)

President Trump signed the $484 billion aid package passed by Congress last week. This coronavirus federal relief
package provides $310 billion in funding to replenish the Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection
Program, which ran out of funding a few weeks after the program was initially created through the CARES Act.
Additionally, the measure includes $75 billion for hospitals, $25 billion for COVID-19 testing and $60 billion for
emergency disaster loans and grants. Congress has spent an estimated $2.8 trillion in response to the COVID-19
fallouts.

Senate Majority Leader has asked lawmakers to wait before moving forward with a fifth3 COVID-19 relief bill.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is planning to push for a provision, called the “No PR Act4” in the next COVID-
19 package. This provision would prevent the use of federal dollars toward any materials that promote the
signatures or names of President Trump or Vice President Pence.

1
    “CMN permite que instituições financeiras façam captações de DPGE de instituições associadas ao FGC”, Central Bank of
          Brazil, April 23, 2020, https://www.bcb.gov.br/detalhenoticia/17051/nota
2
    “BC define tratamento de capital prudencial para parcela dos empréstimos do PESE custeada pela União”, Central Bank of
           Brazil, April 22, 2020, https://www.bcb.gov.br/detalhenoticia/17050/nota
3
    “Five fights for Congress's fifth coronavirus bill”, The Hill, April 27, 2020, https://thehill.com/homenews/senate/494591-
             five-fights-for-congress-fifth-coronavirus-bill
4
    “Schumer to introduce legislation preventing Trump from signing stimulus checks”, Politico, April 27, 2020,
          https://www.politico.com/news/2020/04/27/schumer-trump-stimulus-checks-signature-210356?cid=covid_m

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UNITED STATES (STATE SPECIFIC)

As of 8am EST on April 27, 2020, there are 450
pending COVID-19 Legislations throughout 24
states. A total of 895 COVID-19 related bills have
been enacted and proposed in the U.S. The high
level summaries are included below.
 Over 295 executive actions have been issued
    in 50 states, Puerto Rico, the District of
    Columbia, Guam, and the Virgin Islands.
    Over 810 executive actions have been issued
    in total
 Over 120 bills have been introduced in 40
    state legislatures, Puerto Rico, and the
    District of Columbia on paid sick leave and
    worker protections as well as appropriations
    requests
 Over 30 states and the District of Columbia have issued emergency regulations on a number of issues including
    but not limited to insurance carriers, labor and wage, and medical licensure

As of April 24, 2020, at least 22 legislatures (Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia,
Guam, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New
York, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virgin Islands) have postponed their legislative session.

See Appendix 1 for a US State Summary Chart with more detail on pending bills.

See Appendix 1 for a US State Summary Chart with more detail on pending bills.

See Appendix 2 for Coronavirus Response Tracker Details from Yale Program on Financial Stability (YPFS).

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EMEA
ESTONIA

2020/04/24 INSOL Europe/LexisNexis coronavirus (COVID-19) Tracker of Insolvency Reforms—Estonia
(LexisPSL)5

Restructuring & Insolvency analysis: we look at the reforms to the insolvency law of Estonia prompted by the
coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Written by Signe Viimsalu of SIGN9 OÜ, Tallinn, Estonia. Member of INSOL
Europe. Under the Estonian Bankruptcy Act certain deadlines in relation to the insolvency process have been
amended.

FINLAND

2020/04/25 Komissio hyväksyi Suomen puitetukiohjelman koronaepidemiaan liittyville
valtiontukitoimenpiteille (Finnish language only)6

Finland has approved the framework support program for state aid measures related to the corona pandemic. The
Finnish government will grant aid through several administrative sectors, with a maximum of EUR 800,000 for each
undertaking. "De minimis aid" also specified that companies may receive a total of EUR 200,000 over three tax years
from multiple grantors. Grantors include state and municipal authorities. Support may take the form of direct
grants, tax and social security contributions, repayable advances, guarantees, loans and equity. Aid may not be
granted to companies that were already in difficulty on December 31, 2019. Aid cannot be granted later than
December 31, 2020.

HUNGARY

2020/04/24 INSOL Europe/LexisNexis coronavirus (COVID-19) Tracker of Insolvency Reforms—Hungary
(LexisPSL)7

Restructuring & Insolvency analysis: We look at the reforms to the insolvency law of Hungary prompted by the
coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Written by Zoltán Fabók, Special Counsel at DLA Piper Budapest, Hungary.
Member of INSOL Europe. The reforms concern judicial enforcement, filing for insolvency and payment
moratorium.

5
    “INSOL Europe/LexisNexis coronavirus (COVID-19) Tracker of Insolvency Reforms—Estonia”, LexisPSL, April 24, 2020,
           https://myshearman.com/services/RIS-Library/London/Documents/Estonia%20-
           %20INSOL_EuropeLexisNexis_coronavirus_(COVID-1'.DOC
6
    “Komissio hyväksyi Suomen puitetukiohjelman koronaepidemiaan liittyville valtiontukitoimenpiteille”, Finnish Government,
          April 25, 2020, https://tem.fi/artikkeli/-/asset_publisher/komissio-hyvaksyi-suomen-puitetukiohjelman-
          koronaepidemiaan-liittyville-valtiontukitoimenpiteille
7
    “INSOL Europe/LexisNexis coronavirus (COVID-19) Tracker of Insolvency Reforms—Hungary”, LexisPSL, April 24, 2020,
           https://myshearman.com/services/RIS-Library/London/Documents/Hungary%20-
           %20INSOL_EuropeLexisNexis_coronavirus_(COVID-1'.DOC

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ISRAEL

2020/04/24 ‫ של בסך קטנים ועסקים לעצמאים מורחב לסיוע האוצר ושר הממשלה ראש תוכנית את אישרה הממשלה‬8
‫( שקל מיליארד‬Hebrew language only)8

The Ministry of Finance has established a NIS 8 billion aid program for self-employed and small businesses (SMEs).
This includes a participation allowance for fixed expenses, which can reach up to NIS 400,000 per business, as well
as the second stage of the extended aid grant for self-employed persons, where self-employed persons are entitled
to a grant of 70% of their taxable income, and up to NIS 10,500.

NETHERLANDS

2020/04/25 Dutch Government Enacts Various Tax Measures to Support Entrepreneurs (Dutch language only)9

Six new tax measures to support entrepreneurs are being undertaken by the Dutch government. These measures
will mainly support self-employed workers and are aimed at giving entrepreneurs more financial space.

UK

2020/04/24 Extension of the Contingent Term Repo Facility (CTRF) - Market Notice 24 April 202010

The Bank of England is today announcing that it will continue to offer 3-month and 1-month term Contingent Term
Repo Facility (CTRF) operations on a weekly basis through May 2020, with the final operation scheduled on 29 May.
The Bank will continue to monitor market conditions carefully and the operation of the CTRF remains under review.
The Bank stands ready to take additional action if necessary.

2020/04/24 Protecting Consumers during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic: Update on the Work of the
CMA’s Taskforce11

The Competition and Markets Authority has published an update from its COVID-19 Taskforce, set up to monitor
and respond to consumer and competition issues arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic. The update focuses on
some of the consumer complaints the Taskforce has received and the actions it has taken in response.

8
    “‫ של בסך קטנים ועסקים לעצמאים מורחב לסיוע האוצר ושר הממשלה ראש תוכנית את אישרה הממשלה‬8 ‫”שקל מיליארד‬, The Ministry of
          Finance, April 24, 2020, https://www.gov.il/he/departments/news/press_24042020
9
    “Dutch government enacts various tax measures to support entrepreneurs”, Government of the Netherlands, April 24,
           2020, https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/onderwerpen/belastingen-voor-ondernemers/nieuws/2020/04/24/nieuwe-
           belastingmaatregelen-vanwege-de-coronacrisis
10
     “Extension of the Contingent Term Repo Facility (CTRF) - Market Notice 24 April 2020”, Bank of England, April 24, 2020,
           https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/markets/market-notices/2020/extension-of-the-contingent-term-repo-facility-
           24-april
11
     “Protecting consumers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic: update on the work of the CMA’s Taskforce”,
           Competition and Markets Authority, April 24, 2020, https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/protecting-
           consumers-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-pandemic-update-on-the-work-of-the-cmas-taskforce/protecting-
           consumers-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-pandemic-update-on-the-work-of-the-cmas-taskforce

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2020/04/21 The effects of COVID-19 on financial crime and compliance (2 Bedford Row Chambers)12

The true extent of the effects of COVID-19 on the world and the global economy may not be known for many years
but it is well-known from past crises that each disaster brings a new opportunity for financial criminals to exploit.
Whether linked directly or indirectly, it is easy to see how the current pandemic could give rise to new types of
offending and also that it will produce fresh considerations for regulated persons and corporate entities who are
striving to remain legally compliant in unprecedented times.

2020/04/21 Applying to Bring Forward and Dismiss a Winding-Up Petition (Enterprise Chambers)13

The coronavirus pandemic has severely disrupted the UK’s commercial ecosystem, and will inevitably push many
businesses into insolvency. Both during and after the lockdown, the intense pressures the virus has placed on
companies will cause cash flow difficulties that cannot easily be resolved. Some creditors may resist enforcing debts
that have fallen due, but others will not: on 14 April the BBC reported that some commercial landlords prevented
from forfeiting leases by section 82 of the Coronavirus Act 2020 are turning instead to winding-up petitions.

2020/04/21 COVID-19, Force Majeure and Frustration: Key legal principles and industry implications (Fountain
Court Chambers)14

Around the world right now, companies – especially their in-house counsel – are pulling up from dusty databases
the force majeure clauses of contracts. Often boilerplate, they have been rarely considered, because it is rare for
an “act of God” or one of the other standard listed events to come up. In this article, we set out the core legal
principles as regards force majeure and frustration, consider their relevance in the context of COVID-19, and identify
consequent issues for some of the major industries affected by the pandemic.

2020/04/23 New measures to protect commercial tenants from debt recovery actions15

On 23 April, the government announced that it is to temporarily ban the use of statutory demands (made between
1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020) and winding up petitions (presented from 27 April, through to 30 June), where a
commercial tenant cannot pay its rent due to coronavirus/ COVID-19. The measures are on top of those contained
in the Coronavirus Act 2020 and will be included in the proposed legislation announced earlier, which will be named
the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill. The government is also laying secondary legislation to provide
tenants with more breathing space to pay rent by preventing landlords using Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery
(CRAR) unless they are owed 90 days of unpaid rent.

See Appendix 2 for Coronavirus Response Tracker Details from Yale Program on Financial Stability (YPFS).

12
     “The effects of COVID-19 on financial crime and compliance (2 Bedford Row Chambers)”, The FC Post, April 21, 2020,
           https://www.thefcpost.com/the-effects-of-covid-19-on-financial-crime-and-compliance/
13
     “Applying to Bring Forward and Dismiss a Winding-Up Petition (Enterprise Chambers)”, The FC Post, April 21, 2020,
           https://www.thefcpost.com/applying-to-bring-forward-and-dismiss-a-winding-up-petition/
14
     “COVID-19, Force Majeure and Frustration: Key legal principles and industry implications (Fountain Court Chambers)”, The
          FC Post, April 21, 2020, https://www.thefcpost.com/covid-19-force-majeure-and-frustration-key-legal-principles-
          and-industry-implications/
15
     “23 New measures to protect commercial tenants from debt recovery actions”, Gov.UK, April 23, 2020,
           https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-measures-to-protect-uk-high-street-from-aggressive-rent-collection-
           and-closure

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ASIA
CHINA

2020/04/26 China extends tax policy on supporting rural development (Chinese language only)16

The Ministry of Finance has extended the tax policy on supporting rural financial development, the tax policy on
microfinance companies, and the support of small and micro enterprises Financing tax policies and VAT policies on
input tax deductions for leased fixed assets in order to assist small and micro enterprises, individual industrial and
commercial households and farmers for four years until December 31, 2023.

HONG KONG

2020/04/24 Gazettal of revised capital rules under Banking Ordinance17

The Banking (Capital) (Amendment) Rules 2020 (BCAR 2020) were gazetted today (April 24) to implement the latest
international standards on banking regulation promulgated by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.

INDIA

2020/04/27 India central bank announces special liquidity window for mutual funds 18

India’s central bank is opening a special liquidity facility of up to 500 billion rupees ($6.6 billion) to help mutual
funds tide over a severe liquidity strain imposed by the coronavirus pandemic and redemption pressures, it said on
Monday. Fund houses in India have struggled to allay investors’ fears of a flood of redemption requests after the
prominent Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund said on Thursday it would wind up six credit funds for lack of liquidity.
Banks will need to access the funds from the RBI at the repo window and extend loans to mutual funds, buy outright
corporate bonds or commercial papers from them or extend the funds against collateral through a repo.

JAPAN

2020/04/24 Coronavirus (COVID-19)—Tweaks to ground operations for bankruptcy proceedings in Japan in light
of COVID-19 (LexisPSL)19

Restructuring & Insolvency analysis: We look at what steps Japan has taken in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19)
pandemic. Written by Yosuke Kanegae, a restructuring partner in the Tokyo Office of Nagashima Ohno &
Tsunematsu and author of the Japan chapter in the Asian Business Law Institute (ABLI)’s publication, Corporate
Restructuring and Insolvency in Asia 2020.

16
     “China extends tax policy on supporting rural development”, The Ministry of Finance of the People’s Republic of China,
           April 26, 2020, http://www.mof.gov.cn/404.htm
17
     “Gazettal of revised capital rules under Banking Ordinance”, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative
           Region, April 24, 2020, https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202004/24/P2020042400215.htm?fontSize=1
18
     “India central bank announces special liquidity window for mutual funds”, Reuters, April 27, 2020,
            https://www.reuters.com/article/health-coronavirus-mutual-funds/india-cenbank-announces-special-liquidity-
            window-for-mutual-funds-idUSL3N2CF1ML
19
     “Coronavirus (COVID-19)—Tweaks to ground operations for bankruptcy proceedings in Japan in light of COVID-19”,
           LexisPSL, April 24, 2020, https://myshearman.com/services/RIS-Library/London/Documents/Japan%20-
           %20Coronavirus_(COVID-19)-Tweaks_to_ground_oper'.DOC

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2020/04/27 Bank of Japan expands stimulus as pandemic pain worsens20

The Bank of Japan expanded monetary stimulus on Monday and pledged to buy an unlimited amount of bonds to
keep borrowing costs low, as the government tries to spend its way out of the growing economic pain from the
coronavirus pandemic.

TAIWAN

2020/04/24 臺灣銀行與中華航空(股)公司及長榮航空(股)公司各完成新臺幣200億元振興融資專案簽約
(Taiwanese language only)21

China Airlines (Equity) Co., Ltd. and Evergreen Airlines (Equity) Co., Ltd. have each been provided with a NT $ 20
billion revitalization financing project contract to maintain their operations due to the impact of the new coronary
pneumonia epidemic.

See Appendix 2 for Coronavirus Response Tracker Details from Yale Program on Financial Stability (YPFS).

20
     “Bank of Japan expands stimulus as pandemic pain worsens”, Reuters, April 26, 2020, https://www.reuters.com/article/us-
           japan-economy-boj/bank-of-japan-expands-stimulus-as-pandemic-pain-worsens-idUSKCN22902K
21
     “臺灣銀行與中華航空(股)公司及長榮航空(股)公司各完成新臺幣200億元振興融資專案簽約”, Ministry of Finance, April
        24, 2020,
        https://www.mof.gov.tw/singlehtml/384fb3077bb349ea973e7fc6f13b6974?cntId=baabc5de9a584fcbad4bc2f8929e
        6926

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INTERNATIONAL
2020/04/27 A pro-cyclical problem (International Securities and Derivatives Association)22

ISDA Chief Executive Officer Scott O'Malia offers informal comments on important OTC derivatives issues in
derivatives, reflecting ISDA's long-held commitment to making the market safer and more efficient.

See Appendix 2 for Coronavirus Response Tracker Details from Yale Program on Financial Stability (YPFS).

22
     “A pro-cyclical problem”, International Securities and Derivatives Association”, April 27, 2020,
           https://www.isda.org/2020/04/27/a-pro-cyclical-problem/

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APPENDIX 1: U.S. STATE PENDING LEGISLATION COMPILATION
State           Bill Summary                                                                                                                           Status
Alabama         AL H 186 Makes a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Public Health to be used for Coronavirus preparedness                 Enacted
                and response activities.
Alabama         AL H 447 Expands access to healthcare through the Medicaid program for responding to and mitigating the risk of a                      Pending
                coronavirus outbreak in the state.
Alabama         AL H 448 Continues the postpartum coverage period for pregnant women eligible for Medicaid assistance in response to the               Pending
                Coronavirus health crisis.
Alabama         AL HJR 69 Relates to Crisis Diversion Centers, established, to provide behavioral health crisis services.                              Pending
Alabama         AL HJR 121 Urges governor to expand Medicaid coverage for new mothers, in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic.                   Pending
Alabama         AL HJR 122 Urges governor to expand Medicaid coverage for new mothers, in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic.                   Pending
Alabama         AL HR 107 In response to the coronavirus disease outbreak, urges the promotion, sharing, and posting of practices to reduce            Pending
                the spread of infectious diseases.
Alabama         AL SJR 34 Relates to Crisis Diversion Centers, established, to provide behavioral health crisis services.                              Enacted
Alabama         AL SJR 40 Urges individuals to bump fists rather than shake hands for the duration of the Coronavirus health crisis.                   Enacted
Alabama         AL SR 49 Urges congress to fund add'l rental assistance due to coronavirus.                                                            Adopted
Alaska          AK H 205 Makes appropriations for the operating and loan program expenses of state government and for certain programs;                Enacted
                capitalizes funds; makes capital appropriations, supplemental appropriations, and re-appropriations; makes appropriations
                for the operating and capital expenses of the state's integrated comprehensive mental health program; transfers monies
                from reserve accounts in response to the coronavirus public health emergency.
Alaska          AK H 206 Makes supplemental appropriations to the Department of Health and Human Services for responding to and                        Enacted
                mitigating the risk of a coronavirus outbreak in the state.
Alaska          AK H 234 Makes supplemental appropriations to the Department Commerce, Community, and Economic Development for                         Enacted
                responding to and mitigating the risk of a coronavirus outbreak in the state.
Alaska          AK H 308 Relates to unemployment benefits during a period of state or national emergency resulting from a novel                        Enacted
                coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.
Alaska          AK H 310 Tolls deadlines for action by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska during the public health emergency declaration;             Pending
                relates to disconnection of utility service for nonpayment; relates to regulatory assets of a utility; relates to evictions; relates
                to foreclosures.
Alaska          AK H 311 Extends the specified date, governor's declaration of a public health disaster emergency in response to the COVID-            Pending
                19 pandemic; relates to the powers of the director of insurance; relates to standing orders issued by the chief medical officer;
                relates to professional licensing; relates to telemedicine and telehealth; relates to board of nursing fingerprint requirements;
                relates to the 2020 primary and general elections; relates to permanent fund dividend applications.
Alaska          AK H 312 Relates to the novel coronavirus disease outbreak; relates to tolling deadlines for actions by state agencies; relates        Pending
                to income determinations for purposes of determining eligibility for certain public assistance programs; relates to
                forbearance from action against borrowers who owe money on state loans; relates to a temporary moratorium on certain
                mortgage foreclosures, certain evictions from rental properties, and disconnection of residential utilities.
Alaska          AK HCR 17 Suspends a specific rule of the Uniform Rules of the State Legislature, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.                Pending

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Alaska    AK HCR 20 Suspends specific rules of the Uniform Rules of the State Legislature, extending the governor's declaration of a        Adopted
          public health disaster emergency in response to the novel coronavirus disease pandemic; relates to the coronavirus
          outbreak; relates to a financing plan; relates to standing orders of the chief medical officer; relates to occupational and
          professional licensing; relates to telemedicine and telehealth.
Alaska    AK S 240 Relates to unemployment benefits during a period of state or national emergency resulting from a novel                   Pending
          coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.
Alaska    AK S 241 Extends the specified date, governor's declaration of a public health disaster emergency in response to the novel        Enacted
          coronavirus disease pandemic; relates to a financing plan; relates to standing orders issued by the chief medical officer;
          relates to occupational and professional licensing; relates to telemedicine and telehealth; relates to fingerprinting
          requirements; relates to elections in year 2020; provides for electronic and videoconference notification, verification, and
          acknowledgment of documents.
Alaska    AK S 242 Relates to the novel coronavirus disease outbreak; relates to tolling deadlines for actions by state agencies; relates   Pending
          to income determinations for purposes of determining eligibility for certain public assistance programs; relates to
          forbearance from action against borrowers who owe money on state loans; relates to a temporary moratorium on certain
          mortgage foreclosures, certain evictions from rental properties, and disconnection of residential utilities.
Alaska    AK SCR 14 Authorizes the House of Representatives and the Senate to recess for a period of more than three days in                Adopted
          response to the coronavirus public health emergency.
Arizona   AZ H 2904 Provides that during the state of emergency declaration period for coronavirus disease, the Department of               Pending
          Economic Security shall provide an exemption from state time limits for TANF and a general waiver for work requirements
          under TANF; authorizes payments to providers of behavioral health services and providers to individuals with intellectual and
          development disabilities, the elderly, and the disabled; relates to the coronavirus disease.
Arizona   AZ H 2907 Establishes the Crisis Contingency and Safety Net Fund to be spent for economic assistance for housing, the             Pending
          homeless, small businesses, and food bank operation during the coronavirus public health emergency; intends for counties,
          cities and towns to review their eviction policies and procedures during the state of emergency declaration by the governor
          related to the coronavirus disease.
Arizona   AZ H 2910 Provides procedures regarding public school closures related to the coronavirus disease; appropriates monies.           Enacted
Arizona   AZ H 2911 Relates to unemployment compensation; provides additional resources and flexibility for the unemployment                Pending
          insurance program for individuals and businesses affected by coronavirus disease.
Arizona   AZ S 1687 Provides that during the state of emergency declaration period for coronavirus disease, the Department of               Enacted
          Economic Security shall provide an exemption from state time limits for TANF and a general waiver for work requirements
          under TANF; authorizes payments to providers of behavioral health services and providers to individuals with intellectual and
          development disabilities, the elderly, and the disabled.
Arizona   AZ S 1690 Establishes the Crisis Contingency and Safety Net Fund to be spent for economic assistance for housing, the             Enacted
          homeless, small businesses, and food bank operations during the coronavirus public health emergency.
Arizona   AZ S 1693 Relates to public school closures; relates to coronavirus disease.                                                      Pending
Arizona   AZ S 1694 Authorizes the Department of Economic Security to implement alternative benefit eligibility and employer                Enacted
          contribution requirements for the federal state Unemployment Insurance Program during the coronavirus public health
          emergency.
Arizona   AZ SCR 1040 Relates to racism; relates to public health crisis.                                                                   Pending

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Arkansas     AR H 1082 Makes an appropriation for miscellaneous grants and expenses, and various agency transfers for the Department            Enacted
             of Finance and Administration, Disbursing Officer, for the upcoming fiscal year; provides for the Pandemic Unemployment
             Compensation Program; provides for open public meetings through electronic means during a declared disaster emergency.
Arkansas     AR HR 1001 Provides for an extension and sine die adjournment of the fiscal session of the Ninety-Second General Assembly;         Adopted
             provides for recesses of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Arkansas     AR HR 1004 Authorizes the introduction of a non-appropriation bill to amend the income tax imposed on individuals, trusts,         Pending
             and estates.
Arkansas     AR HR 1005 Authorizes the introduction of a non-appropriation bill to prohibit elective procedures during the Coronavirus          Pending
             Disease 2019, also known as COVID-19, public health emergency.
Arkansas     AR SR 3 Provides for an extension and sine die adjournment of the fiscal session of the Ninety-Second General Assembly;            Adopted
             provides for recesses of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Arkansas     AR SR 4 Authorizes the introduction of a non-appropriation bill to amend the income tax imposed on individuals, trusts, and        Failed
             estates.
Arkansas     AR SR 5 Authorizes the introduction of a non-appropriation bill to prohibit elective procedures during the Coronavirus             Pending
             Disease 2019, also known as coronavirus, public health emergency.
Arkansas     AR H 1001 Creates the Coronavirus Rainy Day Fund; transfers moneys to the Fund.                                                    Enacted
Arkansas     AR HR 1001 Provides for a temporary emergency procedure of the House of Representatives of the Ninety-Second General               Adopted
             Assembly.
Arkansas     AR S 2 Creates the Coronavirus Rainy Day Fund; transfers moneys to the Fund.                                                       Enacted
California   CA A 664 Defines injury, for certain state and local firefighting personnel, peace officers, certain hospital employees, and       Pending
             certain fire and rescue services coordinators who work for the Office of Emergency Services to include being exposed to or
             contracting, on or after a specified date, a communicable disease, including coronavirus disease, that is the subject of a state
             or local declaration of a state of emergency.
California   CA A 828 Requires a trustee, mortgagee, or beneficiary to first file a record in the office of the recorder a notice of default,   Pending
             and establishes other requirements and procedures for completion of a foreclosure sale. Prohibits a person from taking any
             action to foreclose on a residential real property while a state or locally declared state of emergency related to the
             coronavirus. Establishes a procedure, known as an unlawful detainer action.
California   CA A 1107 Amends existing law relating to unemployment compensation benefits. Provides that once the temporary federal             Pending
             unemployment increase due to the coronavirus outbreak has ceased, an individual's weekly benefit amount will increase,
             notwithstanding the weekly benefits cap.
California   CA A 3216 Makes it an unlawful employment practice for an employer to refuse to grant a request by an eligible employee to         Pending
             take family and medical leave due to the coronavirus. Permits employees taking leave due to COVID 19 to continue
             participation in employee health plans, including life insurance or short or long term disability or accident insurance, pension
             and retirement plans, and supplemental unemployment benefit plans.
California   CA S 117 Provides that due to the coronavirus, the instructional days and minutes requirements will be deemed to have              Enacted
             been met during the period of time the school is closed. Extends the deadline to conduct the English learner assessment,
             unless otherwise determined by the Superintendent.
California   CA S 915 Prohibits the management of a mobile home park from terminating or attempting to terminate the tenancy of a               Pending
             resident who is impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Prohibits the management from imposing rent increases or other
             charges on top of what is included in a resident's base rent during the time the resident is making payments of overdue rent.

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California    CA S 939 Prohibits the eviction of tenants of commercial real property, including businesses and non-profit organizations,           Pending
              during the pendency of the state of emergency related to coronavirus. Makes it a misdemeanor, an act of unfair competition,
              and an unfair business practice to violate the foregoing prohibition.
California    CA S 943 Authorizes wage replacement benefits to workers who take time off work to care for a minor child whose school               Pending
              has been closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
California    CA S 1159 Amends existing law relating to the workers' compensation system. Defines injury for a critical worker to include          Pending
              illness or death that results from exposure to coronavirus disease. Creates a disputable presumption that an injury that
              develops or manifests itself while a critical worker is employed arose out of and in the course of the employment.
California    CA S 1196 Prohibits a person, contractor, business, or other entity to sell or offer to sell certain goods or services for a price   Pending
              10% greater than the price charged by that person immediately prior to the proclamation or declaration of emergency.
California    CA S 1322 Relates to Remote Online Notarization Act. Authorizes a notary public to apply for registration with the Secretary         Pending
              of State to be a remote online notary public. Provides that the act shall remain in effect only while there is a declaration of a
              state of emergency by the Governor related to the coronavirus in effect.
California    CA S 1435 Requires the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development, in cooperation with the Office of Planning            Pending
              and Research, to track specified information regarding state opportunity zone investments and to post some of that
              information on the Office's internet website. Requires public agencies that are required to compile the development project
              lists to include specified information about projects funded by an opportunity zone fund.
District Of   DC B 718 (Enacted) Provides, on an emergency basis, authority to the Executive and to address critical needs of District             Enacted
Colombia      residents and businesses during the current public health emergency including wage replacement, business relief, and
              additional authorities and exemptions regarding health, public safety, and consumer protection.
District Of   DC B 719 (Introduced) Provides, on an temporary basis, authority to the Executive and to address critical needs of District          Pending
Colombia      residents and businesses during the current public health emergency including, wage replacement, business relief, and
              additional authorities and exemptions regarding health, public safety, and consumer protection.
District Of   DC B 733 (Enrolled) Provides, on an emergency basis, additional authority to the Mayor and to address critical needs of              Enacted
Colombia      District residents and businesses during the current public health emergency including wage replacement, business relief,
              and additional authorities and exemptions regarding health, public safety, consumer protection, and government operation,
              and to authorize and provide for the issuance, sale, and delivery of certain District of Columbia notes and bonds.
District Of   DC B 734 (Introduced) To provide, on an temporary basis, additional authority to the Mayor and to address critical needs of          Pending
Colombia      District residents and businesses during the current public health emergency including wage replacement, business relief,
              and additional authorities and exemptions regarding health, public safety, consumer protection, and government operation;
              authorizes and provides for the issuance, sale, and delivery of certain District of Columbia notes and bonds.
District Of   DC B 735 (Enrolled) Amends, on an emergency basis, the COVID 19 Response Supplemental Emergency Amendment Act to                     Concurrence
Colombia      include mortgage lenders as covered entities, to require notice of approved deferral applications, and to clarify the amount a
              landlord may require a tenant to repay following the deferral period.
District Of   DC R 784 (Introduced) Declares the existence of an emergency with respect to the need to provide additional authority to the         Adopted
Colombia      Mayor and to address critical needs of District residents and businesses during the current coronavirus public health
              emergency including wage replacement, business relief, and government operation; authorizes and provides for the
              issuance, sale, and delivery of certain District of Columbia notes and bonds.
District Of   DC R 787 (Introduced) Declares the existence of an emergency with the respect to the need to amend the COVID 19                      Adopted
Colombia      Response Supplemental Emergency Amendment Act to include mortgage lenders as covered entities, require notice of

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approved deferral applications, and to clarify the amount a landlord may require a tenant to repay following the deferral
           period.
Florida    FL H 5001 Relates to General Appropriations Act; provides moneys for annual period beginning on a specified date, and               Concurrence
           ending on a specified date, and supplemental appropriations for period ending on a specified date, to pay salaries and other
           expenses, capital outlay-buildings and other improvements, and for other specified purposes of various agencies of state
           government; includes funding for certain coronavirus response items.
Florida    FL H 7097 Relates to Taxation; revises provisions related to tourist development taxes, ad valorem taxes, value adjustment          Enacted
           boards, tangible personal property rolls, truth-in-millage processes, communications services taxes, penalties related to dyed
           diesel fuels, convention development taxes, rental and license fees, sales tax reports, charter county and regional
           transportation system surtaxes, school capital outlay surtaxes, corporate income taxes.
Florida    FL SR 1934 Relates to Florida State University Seminoles Basketball Team; declares the Florida State University Seminoles           Adopted
           basketball team, by virtue of tremendous skill on the court and the heart and spirit shown by the players and coaches this
           basketball season, the 2020 National College Athletic Association basketball champions by default upon cancellation of the
           NCAA tournament due to concerns raised by the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19.
Hawaii     HI H 1629 Makes appropriations from the general revenues of the State to support the Department of Health and the                   Pending
           Department of Defense activities to detect, contain, mitigate, and respond to the coronavirus, or COVID-19.
Hawaii     HI HCR 74 Requests the Department of Health to prioritize the containment and control of COVID-19 to those with a high              Pending
           probability of contracting and dying from the virus, such as the residents of care homes, nursing homes, and adult foster
           homes, their caregivers, and people with known comorbid medical conditions.
Hawaii     HI HR 57 Requests the Department of Health to prioritize the containment and control of COVID-19 to those with a high               Pending
           probability of contracting and dying from the virus, such as the residents of care homes, nursing homes, and adult foster
           homes, their caregivers, and people with known comorbid medical conditions.
Hawaii     HI HR 171 Strongly urging the Governor of the state of Hawaii to take additional precautions to prevent a coronavirus               Pending
           outbreak in Hawaii.
Hawaii     HI S 75 Appropriates funds to the Department of Health, Department of Transportation, and the Department of Defense for             Pending
           the public health response to the Coronavirus Disease 2019, or COVID-19, outbreak; authorizes the Governor to approve
           transfer of these appropriated funds between agencies of the State, as necessary.
Hawaii     HI SCR 242 Provides that the Senate and the House of Representatives are recessed for at least three days to diminish the           Pending
           risk of spreading the coronavirus disease.
Idaho      ID H 529 Provides civil immunity for architects, engineers, and contractors during disasters in response to the coronavirus         Enacted
           public health emergency.
Idaho      ID S 1398 Makes an appropriation to the Catastrophic Health Care Program for the upcoming fiscal year in response to the            Enacted
           coronavirus public health emergency.
Idaho      ID S 1428 Makes an appropriation to the Division of Human Resources for the current fiscal year; provides for advanced sick         Enacted
           leave and paid administrative leave in response to the coronavirus public health emergency.
Illinois   IL H 5607 Amends the Department of Public Health Powers and Duties Law of the Civil Administrative Code; requires the               Pending
           Department of Public Health to conduct a study, subject to appropriations, of the state's disease response preparedness, in
           particular studying the state's preparedness against the Coronavirus; at the request of the Department, requires other state
           agencies, in particular the Emergency Management Agency, to support the Department's efforts.
Illinois   IL S 2964 Amends the North Shore Water Reclamation District Act and the Sanitary District Act; provides that if a sanitary          Pending
           district, by a two-thirds affirmative vote of its board of trustees, determines an emergency affecting the public health, safety,
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or welfare of its service area residents exists, the sanitary district, for the sole purpose of addressing the public health
            emergency, shall immediately acquire the necessary right-of-way and authority to work within or adjacent to a public
            highway right-of-way.
Kansas      KS H 2597 Relates to appropriations for FY 2020, FY 2021 and FY 2022 for various state agencies.                                   Pending
Kansas      KS S 66 Makes and concerns appropriations for fiscal years 2020, 2021, and 2022 for state agencies; authorizes certain             Enacted
            transfers, capital improvement projects and fees; imposes certain restrictions and limitations; directs or authorizes certain
            receipts, disbursements, procedures and acts; includes funding items for coronavirus response.
Kansas      KS S 386 Relates to appropriations for various state agencies.                                                                     Pending
Kentucky    KY H 352 Relates to appropriations and revenue measures providing financing and conditions for the operations,                     Enacted
            maintenance, support, and functioning of the government of the Commonwealth, and its various officers, cabinets,
            departments, boards, commissions, institutions, subdivisions, agencies, and other state supported activities; addresses
            federal funds received from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or CARES, Act.
Kentucky    KY H 356 Declares a Judicial Emergency, in response to the State of Emergency due to the coronavirus outbreak; protects the        Executive
            health and safety of court employees, elected officials, and the general public, subdivisions, and other state-supported
            activities.
Kentucky    KY H 449 Relates to coronavirus; provides definitions of terms related to disaster or emergency-related work; exempts              Failed - Adjourned
            disaster response employees and disaster response businesses from income tax; exempts disaster response businesses;
            excludes the income of a disaster response employee and a disaster response business from local tax; excludes a disaster
            response business from certain permit requirements.
Kentucky    KY HR 137 Honors the Kentucky Beer Wholesalers Association and its partnership of distilleries for distributing hand sanitizer     Adopted
            to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kentucky    KY S 149 Allows for the hiring of additional nurse aides at veterans' centers during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease.      Concurrence
Kentucky    KY S 150 Provides that if persons or entities have been ordered by the Governor to close or alter a state licensed business in     Enacted
            response to the coronavirus public health emergency, the Governor may direct any administrative body, as defined, to
            suspend or waive the collection of licensing, renewal, or application fees, as well as forms, applications, other administrative
            requirements, and other fees or administrative obligations specified by the Governor where those obligations are required to
            engage in business.
Kentucky    KY S 177 Addresses issues relating to the immediate and significant impacts on school districts in relation to the coronavirus     Enacted
            outbreak.
Kentucky    KY SJR 246 Directs the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to assess Kentucky's preparedness to address the coronavirus         Failed - Adjourned
            and report to the General Assembly.
Kentucky    KY SR 321 Honors Kentucky Mist Distillery for its help during the COVID-19 pandemic.                                               Adopted
Kentucky    KY SR 331 Honors the Kentucky Beer Wholesalers Association and its partnership of distilleries for distributing hand sanitizer     Adopted
            to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Louisiana   LA H 774 Relates to post-emergency procurement; requires any new procurement in a certain period following revision of             Pending
            the governor's proclamation suspending the state Procurement Code due to coronavirus to be contracted with a state
            vendor to the extent possible.
Louisiana   LA H 778 Provides for the limitation of liability during a declaration of a state of public health emergency.                      Pending
Louisiana   LA H 826 Provides relative to the limitations of liability due to the coronavirus public health emergency.                         Pending

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Louisiana   LA H 851 Provides for the use of federal funds appropriated through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act     Pending
            for workforce training.
Louisiana   LA H 856 Provides relative to limitations of liability in response to the coronavirus state of emergency.                      Pending
Louisiana   LA H 858 Provides relative to business interruption claims due to the coronavirus disease pandemic.                            Pending
Louisiana   LA H 862 Provides for the Coronavirus Business Recovery and Growth Program.                                                    Pending
Louisiana   LA HCR 25 Provides for the suspension of all civil prescriptive, preemptive, filing, and other deadlines in response to the    Pending
            COVID-19 Public Health Emergency declared by the Governor.
Louisiana   LA HCR 31 Suspends provision of law capping amount of revenue which can be spent on in-state advertising during the            Pending
            declared emergency due to coronavirus.
Louisiana   LA HCR 39 Temporarily suspends the payment of video draw poker device operation fees due to the closure of licensed            Pending
            establishments as a result of Coronavirus disease.
Louisiana   LA HCR 40 Directs the Department of Revenue to develop data on the projected impact the coronavirus pandemic will have         Pending
            on state business revenue and on net operating loss carry forward tax deductions for future tax filings.
Louisiana   LA HCR 43 Suspends the corporation franchise tax levied on domestic and foreign corporations and the initial tax levied on     Pending
            certain business entities subject to the corporation franchise tax during the declared emergency due to coronavirus.
Louisiana   LA HR 20 Urges and requests the state Attorney General to ensure a swift, effective, and unified response to price gouging     Pending
            during the coronavirus public health crisis.
Louisiana   LA S 426 Requires health insurance coverage for COVID-19 (Coronavirus) diagnostic testing.                                     Pending
Louisiana   LA S 445 Limits civil liability for medical personnel and healthcare providers during the public health emergency due to       Pending
            coronavirus.
Louisiana   LA S 449 Requires reporting of contagious or infectious diseases, including coronavirus, to first responders.                  Pending
Louisiana   LA S 450 Exempts from seizure payments received under federal law coronavirus relief.                                          Pending
Louisiana   LA S 469 Provides that no professional or occupational licensing board or commission shall take certain punitive or            Pending
            disciplinary action against a licensee during the declared emergency due to coronavirus.
Louisiana   LA S 475 Provides that essential workers disabled because of the contraction of coronavirus disease are entitled to workers    Pending
            compensation benefits.
Louisiana   LA S 477 Relates to business interruption insurance; construes insurance policies covering business interruption to include    Pending
            coverage for business interruption due to imminent threat posed by coronavirus; requires notice of exclusions.
Louisiana   LA S 481 Provides relative to students impacted due to the coronavirus public health emergency.                                Pending
Louisiana   LA S 495 Creates a private fund, called the Business Compensation Fund, to expedite certain property insurance claims,         Pending
            resolve disputes, and provide coverage for losses sustained as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Louisiana   LA S 499 Provides that during the coronavirus public health emergency, the secretary of state may waive, suspend, or delay     Pending
            compliance with all or part of any statute with respect to any registered business entity, partnership, and any other
            registration required by law, if he reasonably deems compliance with the statute is impossible or impractical as a result of
            conditions created during the declared state of emergency.
Louisiana   LA S 500 Provides that the Secretary of Economic Development may waive, suspend, or delay any deadline associated with         Pending
            any statute with respect to any program administered by the department, if he reasonably deems that meeting the deadline
            is impossible or impractical as a result of conditions created during this declared state of emergency due to coronavirus.
Louisiana   LA S 506 Requires property insurance policies insuring commercial and residential buildings to cover cost of disinfecting      Pending
            fumigation because of coronavirus.
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Louisiana       LA S 511 Suspends certain legal requirements as a result of emergency health measures relative to the coronavirus.                Pending
Louisiana       LA SCR 20 Suspends certain legal requirements as a result of emergency health measures relative to the Coronavirus.               Pending
Louisiana       LA SCR 33 Temporarily suspends video draw poker device operation fees due to mandatory closure of establishments in               Pending
                response to coronavirus pandemic.
Maine           ME H 1516 Makes supplemental appropriations and allocations for the expenditures of state government; establishes                 Enacted
                requirements for background investigations for persons employed or offered employment by the Department of Public
                Safety; creates the Unemployment Program Administrative Fund in response to the coronavirus public health emergency.
Maine           ME H 1547 Authorizes transfers from the Reserve for General Fund Operating Capital to a coronavirus response fund in order        Enacted
                to address funding needs associated with coronavirus through January 15, 2021.
Maine           ME H 1549 Requires a postsecondary educational institution in the state that temporarily suspends classes and requires            Pending
                students, staff and faculty to remain off campus due to an infectious disease, including COVID 19, to reimburse students on a
                pro rata basis any unused fees previously paid to the institution by the student, and, if classes are not conducted remotely or
                through an alternate method as determined appropriate by the institution, tuition.
Maine           ME S 676 Directs the Department of Health and Human Services to amend certain rules to provide for reimbursement of               Enacted
                case management services delivered through telehealth to targeted populations in response to the catastrophic health
                emergency due to coronavirus; clarifies that telehealth services reimbursable under a health plan or the MaineCare program
                include consultation between health professionals regarding a patient.
Maine           ME S 789 Provides the Governor, on a temporary basis, with additional powers for the duration of the state of emergency           Enacted
                declared by the Governor due to the outbreak of coronavirus to enable the Governor to reduce the impact of the pandemic;
                provides for the waiver of the compulsory school attendance requirements and student nutrition services; provides for
                unemployment benefits; provides for the Medical Direction and Practices Board; establishes the Loan Guarantee Program.
Maryland        MD H 732 Distributes the sales and use tax and tobacco tax collected in fiscal year 2021 to the expenditure accounts of the       Concurrence
                appropriate units of state government to fund costs associated with the coronavirus disease.
Maryland        MD H 932 Distributes the sales and use collected in fiscal year 2021 on the sale or use of a digital product or code to the       Concurrence
                expenditure accounts of the appropriate units of state government to fund costs associated with the coronavirus disease.
Maryland        MD H 1661 Allows the Governor to transfer by budget amendment up to $50,000,000 of funds from the Revenue                         Failed - Adjourned
                Stabilization Account to fund costs associated with the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Maryland        MD S 192 Authorizes a transfer from the Revenue Stabilization Fund to the expenditure accounts of the appropriate units of        Concurrence
                state government to fund costs associated with the coronavirus disease.
Maryland        MD S 1079 Allows the Governor to transfer by budget amendment up to a specified amount of funds from the Revenue                  Enacted
                Stabilization Account to fund costs associated with the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19); requires a certain report to be
                submitted within a certain time frame; makes the Act an emergency measure.
Massachusetts   MA H 4572 Addresses challenges in town governance resulting from COVID-19.                                                        Pending
Massachusetts   MA H 4598 Addresses challenges faced by municipalities and state authorities resulting from coronavirus.                          Enacted
Massachusetts   MA H 4611 Provides for emergency hazard health duty for public safety personnel affected by the coronavirus.                      Pending
Massachusetts   MA H 4612 Addresses challenges faced by municipalities and state authorities resulting from coronavirus.                          Pending
Massachusetts   MA H 4615 Provides for a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures during the coronavirus Emergency.                               Concurrence
Massachusetts   MA H 4616 Addresses challenges faced by municipalities, school districts and state authorities resulting from coronavirus.        Enacted
Massachusetts   MA H 4617 Addresses challenges faced by municipalities and state authorities resulting from coronavirus.                          Pending
Massachusetts   MA H 4624 Provides for a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures during the coronavirus emergency.                               Pending
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Massachusetts   MA H 4625 Expands unemployment insurance benefits to certain employees due to the COVID-19 emergency declaration.            Pending
Massachusetts   MA H 4627 Relates to providing certain state employees sick leave for Coronavirus disease related absences.                  Pending
Massachusetts   MA H 4631 Relates to state employees performing core function during the Massachusetts state emergency related to            Pending
                coronavirus emergency declaration.
Massachusetts   MA H 4634 Relates to financial assistance, health care access and small business grants in response to the coronavirus       Pending
                outbreak.
Massachusetts   MA H 4635 Relates to the reporting of coronavirus positive cases and mortalities in long term care facilities and elder      Pending
                housing.
Massachusetts   MA H 4647 Provides for a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures during the coronavirus emergency.                          Enacted
Massachusetts   MA H 4648 Provides additional support to those affected by the novel coronavirus through the unemployment insurance          Pending
                system.
Massachusetts   MA H 4652 Relates to pretrial services during the COVID-19 declaration of emergency.                                         Pending
Massachusetts   MA H 4658 Relates to remote notarization during the coronavirus state of emergency.                                          Pending
Massachusetts   MA H 4663 Relates to long term care facility and elder housing coronavirus reporting.                                        Pending
Massachusetts   MA H 4664 Relates to prohibiting price gouging of goods, services and supplies during a declared public health emergency.    Pending
Massachusetts   MA H 4667 Relates to long term care facility and elder housing coronavirus reporting.                                        Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4934 Provides certain state employees sick leave for COVID-19 related absences.                                        Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4935 Provides for a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures during the COVID-19 Emergency.                            Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4936 Establishes a COVID-19 Emergency Fund for public higher education institutions.                                   Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4937 Establishes a COVID-19 economic stabilization emergency fund for host communities of institutions of higher       Pending
                education.
Massachusetts   MA HD 4942 Addresses challenges in town governance resulting from COVID-19.                                                  Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4943 Provides for the suspension of certain taxes during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Commonwealth, therefore it       Pending
                is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health.
Massachusetts   MA HD 4945 Provides for emergency cash assistance in response to COVID-19.                                                   Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4948 Relates to the powers of city and town officials during a public health emergency.                                Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4949 Provides worker compensation protection to emergency response and medical personnel related to COVID-19           Pending
                infection.
Massachusetts   MA HD 4950 Provides emergency access to equity and justice for all in response to COVID-19.                                  Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4955 Provides for a MassHealth expansion in response to COVID-19.                                                      Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4958 Relates to COVID-19 emergency unemployment insurance expansion.                                                   Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4964 Relates to acting mayors during COVID-19 State of Emergency.                                                      Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4966 Prohibits price gouging with respect to goods, services and supplies during a declared public health emergency.   Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4971 Expands options for local restaurants during the COVID-19 emergency.                                              Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4974 Addresses challenges faced by municipalities, school districts and state authorities resulting from COVID-19.     Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4990 Provides state tax filing relief due to coronavirus.                                                              Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 4999 Relates to remote notarization during coronavirus state of emergency.                                             Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 5000 Provides emergency aid in response to the outbreak of the 2019 novel coronavirus, also known as coronavirus.      Pending
Massachusetts   MA HD 5005 Establishes a Coronavirus homeowner protection act.                                                               Pending
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