Three years ago, when Amy Coney Barrett was a nominee to the federal appeals court in Chicago, she endured a blistering Senate confirmation hearing in which Democrats grilled her on whether her deep Catholic faith would distort her view of the law.
A new proposal clarifying independent contractor status must first survive numerous legal, political, and calendar hurdles, but if successful the Trump administration would be handing businesses a pivotal advantage in quashing worker lawsuits.
The Justice Department is sending Congress on Wednesday its proposal to rein in a legal shield treasured by online platforms such as Alphabet Inc.’s Google, alongside a White House event with President Donald Trump on the alleged anti-conservative bias of tech companies.
Patching together state immunization databases with information held by pharmacies like CVS, Walmart, and Walgreens to track Covid-19 vaccinations opens the door for misusing patient data, lawyers warn.
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