Supreme Court conservatives seem dubious about SEC’s in-house tribunals

The conservatives on the Supreme Court seem to have some doubts about the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) use of administrative law judges to adjudicate cases involving alleged securities law violations. They have argued that these kinds of in-house tribunals should not be allowed to exercise the “significant legal authority” of judicial review. They have […]Read More

UAW autoworkers officially ratified new contract, union says

UAW autoworkers have officially ratified a new four-year contract with the “Big Three” automakers in the United States, according to a statement from the United Auto Workers union. The contract, which was negotiated over several months, was approved by 54 percent of the union’s bargaining committee and then ratified by 92 percent of UAW members. […]Read More

How Christie could help Haley if he dropped out

If Christie dropped out of the race for the Republican nomination, he could help Haley in a number of ways. He could support Haley publicly, endorsing her and speaking positively of her in interviews and campaign appearances. He could help her campaign financially, lending his aid to Haley’s fundraising efforts. Most importantly, he could use […]Read More

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