President Joe Biden plans to nominate Rajesh Nayak, an advocate for progressive regulatory policy who served in the Obama administration, as the U.S. Labor Department’s top policy official, three sources familiar with the matter told Bloomberg Law.
President Joe Biden wants to end the preferential U.S. tax treatment of investment income that has benefited the nation’s wealthy as he seeks to fund a sweeping new social-spending program. But he will need to overcome a major political hurdle in Congress to do so.
The Biden administration’s aggressive timeline for vetting potential judges while seeking nominees who would bring experiential, racial, and gender diversity to the federal bench is proving difficult for several Democratic senators to meet.
Guam will take its fight to get reimbursed for environmental cleanup near a former U.S. Navy dump to the U.S. Supreme Court during oral arguments April 26.
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