Biden revokes Trump’s executive orders. Changes for monuments and immigration.
Where: Washington, DC
▪ On Friday, President Biden revoked a series of executive orders from the Trump era, spanning areas from monument protection to immigration.
▪ Biden revoked an order that required the prosecution of individuals who vandalize federal monuments.
▪ Biden also ended a plan to create a National Garden of American Heroes.
▪ Biden also rescinded an executive order which blocked the entry of immigrants who were deemed to be a “financial burden” on the US health care system.
▪ Biden said, “My Administration is committed to expanding access to quality, affordable healthcare,” adding, “We can achieve that objective, however, without barring the entry of non-citizens who seek to immigrate lawfully to this country but who lack significant financial means or have not purchased health insurance coverage from a restrictive list of qualifying plans.”
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