Xavier Becerra, President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the Department of Health and Human Services, assured senators Wednesday that as HHS secretary he will build on the existing private sector insurance scheme in the U.S. rather than push for Medicare for All.
The U.S. Labor Department is developing a new regulation on joint employment, signaling a potential move to undo the Trump administration’s business-friendly approach to the hot-button issue of shared liability among multiple companies.
More federal government outreach to states is necessary to curb widespread unemployment insurance fraud during the pandemic, as billions of dollars have been paid to people illegally filing for benefits in multiple states, the U.S. Labor Department’s Inspector General warned.
Inmate William Wooden has a chance at freedom earlier than scheduled after Supreme Court lawyers with Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer stepped in and helped convince the justices to hear his pro se appeal.
The chicken wholesalers leading a proposed price-fixing class action over an alleged industrywide scheme won preliminary approval from a federal judge in Chicago for a $155 million settlement with Tyson Foods Inc. and JBS SA subsidiary Pilgrim’s Pride Corp.
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