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@EdLaborGOP’s Advice to Biden Ahead of SOTU

| Posted in E&L Blog

The Biden administration’s policies have created worldwide catastrophes. America’s job creators, workers, and students are being forced to deal with the fallout of this administration’s failures. Here’s our advice to President Biden ahead of tonight’s address: Blanket student loan forgiveness is not a solution This administration cares more about appeasing the progressive wing of the Democrat part... Read more »

What the Supply Chain Crisis Tells Us About the PRO Union Bosses Act

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Christmas is cancelled – at least, in the way Americans have come to know it. Despite COVID-19’s waning risks on indoor gathering, Biden’s supply chain crisis is still threatening to derail the holiday. And labor unions share a large portion of that blame. In a recent Politico opinion piece, while lamenting the perilous state of U.S. shipping logistics even before the pandemic, Rich Lowry writes, ... Read more »

Foxx, Comer: No Political Union Should Pull Levers of Government Power

| Posted in Press Releases

Today, House Committee on Education and Labor Ranking Member Virginia Foxx (R-N.C.) and House Committee on Oversight and Reform Ranking Member James Comer (R-Ky.) wrote Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Acting Director Shalanda Young and Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Acting Director Kathleen McGettigan regarding the Biden administration’s use of ethics waivers to bring union influence i... Read more »

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