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Things are looking up for the Biden administration. Democratic wins in Georgia have tipped the Senate in their favor, which means President-elect Biden may have an easier time making good on his promises to repeal or restore legislation the Trump administration either put in place or stripped away.

Many major items on the Biden agenda focus on women’s equity in healthcare. But will he be able to deliver on all of his promises?

Still, Biden has already signed more than 30 executive orders, reversing or cancelling Trump-administration mandates. But not everything will be so…

Laurie Mega

I am a freelance writer and editor, passionate about equity in women’s health. My work has been featured in major publications and I teach writing in Boston.

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