Sen. Elizabeth Warren and other progressives called on the Federal Trade Commission to resist pressure to water down the agency’s proposed ban.
The president is essentially asking regulators to reverse a 2018 law – without legislation.
Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) teamed up on a bill that suggests there could be a bipartisan response to recent bank failures.
The progressive senator's gaffe on MSNBC had a ring of deja vu.
"He has had two jobs," the senator told NBC’s "Meet the Press." "One is to deal with monetary policy. One is to deal with regulation. He has failed at both."
Employees have filed lawsuits saying that the grocer’s new payroll system has left their paychecks short.
The Democratic senator praised the Biden administration’s antitrust work but said more should be done, pointing to the transportation and agriculture secretaries.
“She’s smart and she has a backbone made out of steel,” Warren said of Porter in a video posted on Twitter.
The Democratic lawmakers sent a letter to the Labor Department urging the agency to crack down on worker misclassification.
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