Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer told fellow Democrats he’s still aiming to pass President Biden’s nearly $2 trillion economic package before Christmas, a goal that is increasingly challenged by competing priorities that include raising the debt ceiling and the divisions in the party over the massive tax and spending plan.
The labor dispute threatening Major League Baseball’s season next year comes down to the same issue that’s roiled manufacturing unions in recent years: a pay structure where young workers may never make as much as those with more tenure.
The federal government will argue that it should avoid a lawsuit by Louisiana, Alabama, and eight other states over its estimates on the social cost of greenhouse gas emissions, in a hearing before a federal judge Tuesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to consider reviving antitrust litigation against Atrium Health over claims that the multistate public hospital system has outgrown its original classification as a “local” government unit with statutory immunity against antitrust damages.
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