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U.S. Supreme Court Is ‘Fertile’ Ground for Property-Rights Group

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling for a California strawberry farm that sought to keep union organizers away shows that the court “takes property rights very seriously,” said Larry Salzman, litigation director for the Pacific Legal Foundation, the group that won the case.

Teamsters Approve Plan to Organize Amazon Workers Nationwide

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters overwhelmingly approved a resolution at its convention to organize Amazon.com Inc. workers nationwide, signaling a desire to launch a wide-ranging effort to target one of the fastest-growing U.S. employers.

Antitrust Bill Called ‘Grenade’ to Tech Advances in House

The House Judiciary Committee approved an antitrust bill that would force large technology companies like Amazon.com Inc. to exit certain businesses, a signature proposal within a package of measures aimed at reining in the companies and spurring competition in digital markets.

Halting the Megadrought: The Bureau of Reclamation Explained

The Biden administration recently announced its choice to lead the Bureau of Reclamation, the largest wholesaler of water in the U.S., during a time when Western states are struggling with drought, climate change, growth, and competing uses for an ever-dwindling supply of water.

If Women Still Earn Less, Can Laws Even Fix The Pay Gap?

The two most important laws addressing pay discrimination between genders have been around for more than six decades, yet the pay gap persists. In this video, we look at the laws and court cases used to enforce equal pay for equal work, and discuss what comes next with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, and EEOC Chair Charlotte Burrows.

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