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President Trump’s Four Executive Actions Extend Certain Coronavirus Relief Programs, but Create Legal Uncertainty

August 11, 2020
  1. According to an Office of Legal Counsel memorandum dated January 29, 2000, a presidential directive, including a presidential memorandum, has the same substantive legal effect as an executive order. Both remain effective upon a change in the administration unless otherwise specified, and both continue to be effective until subsequent presidential action is taken.

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