Pandemic-Related Statutory Provisions Expiring in 2020 [Updated December 17, 2020]   [open pdf - 935KB]

From the Document: "Beginning in March 2020, several laws were enacted to provide temporary economic and regulatory relief to individuals and businesses affected by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. These include the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA; P.L. 116-127), the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act; P.L. 116-136), and the Emergency Aid for Returning Americans Affected by Coronavirus Act (P.L. 116-148). Many of the provisions enacted in these laws remain in effect; some have expired. The dates on which provisions in these laws expire vary by provision. [...] This report identifies provisions enacted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that have already expired or are set to expire by the end of calendar year 2020. It also includes provisions that expired, but that were administratively extended until December 31, 2020, or an earlier date. For the purposes of this report, expiring provisions are defined as provisions of law that are time-limited and lapse upon a statutory deadline being reached, absent further legislative or administrative action. This report excludes provisions with an expiration that coincides entirely with the ending date of a declared public health emergency or other qualifying emergency in the United States."

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CRS Report for Congress, R46634
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