When elected President in 2008, Barack Obama promised to “fundamentally change America”. Eight years later, Donald Trump, after his own election promised to undo much of that Obama ‘legacy’, and with republicans in control of both the House and Senate, that effort is well underway. This week, the US Senate passed repeal of the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Act, and sent a Congressional Review Resolution (CRA) on to the President for his signature. If he signs it, the bill will officially be repealed. The US House had already approved the repeal resolution at the beginning of the month. On the subject of the most impactful repeal effort, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan set an ambitious timetable for the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare). And, picking up on that short window, the House Ways & Means Committee has already drafted and advanced the first bills repealing and replacing provisions of the ACA.  If the House Budget Committee approves it as expected in the coming weeks, the matter could move to the floor for a vote as soon as the middle of next month! In a much less heralded matter, the comment period on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) proposed guideline on harassment, which was extended early last month, will close on March 21. The 75-page proposed guidance was written as a companion piece to the Study of Harassment in the Workplace that was completed in June 2016 by an Obama administration appointed task force.