New Congress acts to reverse restricitve records policy

I'm sure our friends at FGI will talk about this soon, but I wanted to share this notice from the National Coalition for History announcing that the new House of Representives' first act was to pass a bill to overturn EO 13233, which had extended former Presidents' rights to withhold access to their records.
A nice symbolic gesture of real signifigance to researchers, assuming it gets passed by the Senate and signed by the new President (which both seem very likely).