The federal indictments of key executives at technology company Sagitec Solutions could delay or derail state efforts to modernize unemployment insurance systems, including in Kentucky, Ohio, and Texas.
Federal antitrust attorneys head to court Tuesday against American Airlines Group Inc. and JetBlue Airways Corp., challenging a joint venture the government alleges amounts to an illegal merger in all but name.
Portions of a new Delaware law tamping down on build-at-home “ghost guns” that lack serial numbers and can’t be traced will be put on hold while a constitutional challenge makes its way through federal court.
The EPA’s move to merge its environmental justice and civil rights offices into a new national office is being lauded for focusing resources on the plight of marginalized communities long burdened by pollution.
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