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Today’s News & Commentary — August 3, 2018

Published August 3rd, 2018 -

The Massachusetts legislature this week passed a new bill that would limit the use of noncompete clauses in that state. The new law, which still must be signed by Republican Governor Charlie Baker, would allow employers to prevent their workers from moving to ... More »

Weekend News & Commentary — July 28–29, 2018

Published July 29th, 2018 -

Entry-level pay for some Disneyland workers will rise to $15 an hour by January 2019, and $15.45 by mid-June 2020.  Hourly workers will see yearly raises of 3 percent.  The new wages – up from an $11 an hour minimum – follow months of negotiations and disputes... More »

Weekend News & Commentary — March 24-25, 2018

Published March 25th, 2018 -

Earlier this week, President Trump signed a presidential memorandum directing the U.S. government to consider enacting tariffs against China and to publish a proposed list of the goods that will be subject to protective tariffs within 15 days.  There will be a... More »

Today’s News & Commentary — March 16, 2018

Published March 16th, 2018 -

Yesterday, in a 2-1 decision, the Fifth Circuit vacated the fiduciary rule, which was issued by the Obama Administration.  The Fifth Circuit found that the Department of Labor had acted arbitrarily and capriciously under the Administrative Procedures Act and t... More »

Today’s News & Commentary—March 9, 2018

Published March 9th, 2018 -

Trump officially announced new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum yesterday, with industry workers standing on as he signed the proclamation.  As many have reported, the tariffs are billed as a measure to protect American manufacturing workers, but the ste... More »