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Federal Agencies’ Pact Boosts Seasonal Visas in Blow to Unions

Two Biden administration agencies have struck a deal to offer 22,000 extra seasonal guestworker visas to employers in the coming months, providing additional opportunities for businesses to hire temporary foreign workers, a move that will cheer business interests but alienate unions who argue those jobs belong to Americans.

Maker of J&J Vaccine Sued by Investors Over Tainted Doses

Emergent BioSolutions Inc. allegedly failed to tell investors about manufacturing issues at its Baltimore plant that led to the contamination of up to 15 million Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine doses, a suit says in federal court in Maryland.

Generation Z Law Students Want Remote Work Option, Survey Says

Generation Z law students don’t want to be told where to work. Sixty percent of the students born between 1995 and 2000 want total say over whether they work in or out of the office, according to a survey released Tuesday by legal recruiter Major, Lindsey & Africa.

Five Tax Tips Too Good to Be True – And Why They're Not

The internet is full of advice on how to save money on your taxes. However, a lot of that advice is misleading or flat out wrong. To help set the record straight, we've enlisted Taxgirl to debunk five common tax myths and clarify some of the changes brought about by the pandemic.

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