The push for a $15 federal minimum wage may have stalled in Congress, but Covid-19 is helping steer the U.S. ever closer toward a key objective of labor unions and their allies in the White House and on Capitol Hill.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich acknowledged that his suit challenging the Biden Administration’s announced Covid-19 vaccine requirements for many U.S. workers is unlikely to succeed because the actual rules haven’t been finalized.
The federal regulator charged with keeping U.S. roads safe is now in its fourth year without a permanent administrator, and President Joe Biden hasn’t nominated anyone as the agency undertakes a politically fraught investigation of Tesla Inc.
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