Keep calm and read on
During a presidential campaign, candidates talk a lot about what they’d they do if given the chance to set up shop in the Oval Office – often placing special emphasis on what they would do (and undo) immediately upon taking office. This focus, and the general excitement that exists when a new president enters the White House, has resulted in much attention being paid to the first 100 days of a new president’s term.
It can be overwhelming to try and sift through all the stories out there on what’s happening during the first 100 days. So we’ve put together a list of must-read articles that cut to the chase and tell you what you need to know about goings-on in the new administration and Congress. Keep clicking to read about what’s happening with Obamacare, tax reform, and more!
For years, Republicans have boldly declared their intent to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Want to know how that effort’s progressing, and what people are saying about the implications of major changes in the health insurance market? Check out these articles:
Many expect that President Trump and Republicans in Congress will move quickly to reform the tax code.
Curious to know how that might play out and what the impacts will be? Here’s some key reading:
President Trump has voiced his commitment to regulatory reform since the early days on the campaign trail. And he’s already signed a number of executive orders to amend policies enacted by the last administration. Check out these articles for more information on reg reform in the first 100 days:
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch
Between Cabinet agencies that need staffing and the open seat on the Supreme Court, nominations and confirmations promise to play a central role in the first 100 days.
Check out a couple pieces on President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, who’s been hailed as a popular, thoughtful choice:
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Check out more of OL’s First 100 Days resources to learn more about the new administration and what to expect in the coming weeks and months. Thanks for stopping by!