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Biden Needs To Sign Several New Bills From Hirono

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U.S. Senator Mazie K. Hirono introduced three bills passed by Congress. However, U.S. President Joe Biden Still needs to sign these bills, and they are all set for that approval. Let’s see how long Biden can sign these bills and approve the consent obtained for them.

All of these bills have their own significance and specific meaning. Congress passed these bills to benefit Hawaii, where multiple dealings are to be made. We’ll Explain all the bills here and look out for what else is required from President Joe Biden.

The First Bill By Hirono:

In the first bill, it was explained to protect Hawai’i’s coral reefs. Besides, it also includes protecting the rights and reefs of the overall Coastal U.S. Here, the entire purpose and the Coral Reef Sustainability provided by the Innovation Act are totally different.

It was supposed to protect the reefs from the most imminent threats like pollution, human damage, and climate change.

Moreover, this bill also comes with a Coral Health prize Competition. The Senator believes this bill will spur innovation in dealing with all types of Coral reef Deaths.

The Second Bill By Hirono:

Korean War Divided Families Reunification Act that’s the second bill Hirono presented to Congress. The bill’s purpose is to bring and reunite all the families left behind in North Korea.

Moreover, it also provides the parameters and boundaries for the U.S. Secretary of State so that he can quickly start a formal assistance process.

This assistance can be provided to Korean American Families to help them get back to their families.

The Third Bill Needed To Be Signed By Joe Biden:

The third and final bill presented by Hirono needs to be signed by Joe Biden. Its purpose is to create and build a V.A. Advisory Committee on the U.S. Outlying Areas. Plus, the bill also includes advising the Freely Associated States.

Since these bills are pending to be signed by Biden, Hirono expects a quick signing and completion process. The quicker the president signs these bills, the faster those laws will be implemented.

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