Biden's 100 days: Where some of the president's early executive orders stand now
Since taking office, President Joe Biden has signed 40 executive orders addressing issues spanning the ongoing coronavirus pandemic to international affairs, labor and voting rights and the environment.
While many of the orders either reversed the actions of former President Donald Trump, or made administrative changes he'd promised on the campaign trail, others have had more consequential impacts.
Many orders signed in his first hours as president overturned the previous administration. With those, he:
Prohibited workplace discrimination in the federal government based on sexual orientation and gender identity;