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Congress is rolling back some of the regulatory red tape created by the Obama administration.
Using the Congressional Review Act (CRA), Congress can disapprove of regulations that have been finalized in the last 60 days Congress has been in session. When the resolutions of disapproval are signed by the president, they’re taken off the books.
Early in this session Congress has jumped right in working to relieve some regulatory burdens on businesses.
Policy Solutions Focus on Reducing Barriers, Making it Easier for Americans to Plan and Save for the Future
Following a recent trend among Midwestern states, Missouri appears poised to become the 28th state to adopt a right-to-work law..
This Key Vote Alert! letter supporting H.J. Res. 37, to disapprove under the Congressional Review Act the rule amending the Federal Acquisition Regulation to implement Executive Order 13673, “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces,” was sent to all Members of Congress.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics on January 26 released its annual estimate of union membership in the United States...
The Chamber's white paper titled State Auto-IRAs: The Wrong Answer, outlines the ways state auto-IRAs will hurt the small business workers they are supposed to help and highlights how workers benefit from strengthened and expanded employer-provided plans.
A labor front group known as the Restaurant Opportunities Center (ROC) United released a politically-motivated “report” on January 10...
U.S. Chamber President Tom Donohue's remarks on the State of American Business as prepared for delivery on January 11, 2017.