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Above the Fold Labor

U.S. Capitol before sunrise.
Businesses shouldn’t have to sacrifice their due process rights in order to do work for the federal government.
Sean Hackbarth
Sign outside NLRB offices.
The Board has issued hundreds of decisions, most of which benefit big labor at the expense of employers.
U.S. Chamber Staff
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Technology has long been an agile and fluid force, creating and disrupting labor sectors throughout history.

Michael Marinaccio
Illustration of people running away from a red tape avalanche.
In recent years, Washington has unleashed a relentless torrent of burdensome and costly regulations.
J.D. Harrison
A natural gas rig in Wyoming.

Congress is rolling back some of the regulatory red tape created by the Obama administration.

Sean Hackbarth
Bruce Josten and Tom Donohue

2016 proved to be a busy year in Washington, D.C., and no place experienced that more than the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Carrie Brooks
President Barack Obama signed an order to revise overtime rules in 2014.
Obama's overtime rule will do little to lift up the middle class.
Sean Hackbarth
President Barack Obama.
The rule would've forced many salaried workers to be paid hourly.
Sean Hackbarth