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Federal Agency Asks DOL to Punt Top Lawyer’s Transfer to Biden

An independent federal agency investigating whether Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia illegally retaliated against a top attorney, shifting her to a new job against her will, has asked the U.S. Labor Department to delay that transfer, setting up a Trump administration decision on whether to give President-elect Joe Biden a chance to reverse it.

Surging Sports Betting Taxes Replenish Sinking State Coffers

Sports betting is on the rebound. After two pandemic-stricken quarters with virtually no sports, bets rose sharply in the three months through September from a year earlier—a 47% increase that’s fueled higher tax revenue in dozens of states.

Biden Wins Access as Agency Gives Him Transition Authority

The GSA acknowledged Joe Biden as the apparent winner of the presidential election and President Donald Trump called on his agencies and departments to cooperate. Emily Wilkins reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

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