Unfair trade

Trump kicks off revenge tour with eyes on Ohio Republican

Donald Trump will launch his revenge tour on Saturday against Republicans who challenged him in the aftermath of the 2020 election and the January 6 insurgency, hoping to convince his supporters to fire Ohio Representative Anthony Gonzalez. The effort to oust Republicans who crossed paths with him will be one …

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Portman and Brown applaud trade commission ruling in favor of American Tire workers

The International Trade Commission (ITC) voted positively on the petition for anti-dumping (AD) and countervailing duties (CVD) on passenger vehicle and light truck (PVLT) tires June 25, 2021 | Press Releases WASHINGTON DC – Today, U.S. Senators Rob Portman (R-OH) and Sherrod Brown (D-OH) applauded a decision by the U.S. …

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Van Hollen and Fischer introduce bipartisan bill to demand transparency in corporate equity trading

June 24, 2021 Today, U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) And Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) Reintroduced their bipartisan Promoting Transparent Standards for Corporate Insiders Act, legislation aimed at bringing greater transparency to stock transactions companies. As we have seen several times over the past year, when the United States Securities and …

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House approves bill to study crypto and consumer protection

Law360 (June 23, 2021, 7:39 p.m. EDT) – A bipartisan bill requiring further study on the use of blockchain technology and digital tokens easily cleared the United States House of Representatives alongside a handful consumer protection bills. HR 3723, called the Consumer Safety Technology Act, was part of a block …

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Florida social media law blocks ban on political candidates

On May 24, 2021, Florida Governor DeSantis signed Senate Bill 7072 (the Act), restricting the ability of social media companies to “misrepresent” a candidate for public office in Florida. See Florida Stat. §§ 106.072, 501.2041. While the law is primarily aimed at prohibiting the deliberate censorship of political candidates, the …

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Biden re-establishes ties with allies to verify China: The Tribune India

Yogesh gupta Former Ambassador President Biden’s first foreign visit to Europe June 9-16 will be remembered for how he tamed dissident and questionable allies and rejuvenated the transatlantic alliance to deliver a message of strong unity and determination to a China aggressive (and to a combative Russia), which is trying …

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India proposes tougher e-commerce rules to deal with ‘widespread cheating’ complaints – TechCrunch

India on Monday proposed to ban flash sales on e-commerce platforms and prevent their affiliates from being listed as sellers, as the South Asian market seeks to further tighten rules that could hurt businesses. future prospects for Amazon and Walmart’s Flipkart in the world’s second largest market. the proposal (PDF), …

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WALKER WILDMON: Democrats are not the workers’ party | Chroniclers

For years we have been told that the Democratic Party is the party of the working class. Democrats have traditionally been associated with labor unions and government programs aimed at helping middle- and low-income families. I submit to you that this association is built on faulty ground. Washington’s elected Democrats …

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Cruz: the Americans should compete with China at the Beijing 2022 Olympics and “kick their commie a – es”

Senator Ted Cruz broke with a number of other Republicans by saying the United States should not boycott the Beijing Olympics in 2022 to oppose China’s abuses, but should instead “kick back. foot to their ‘a – es’ “. The Texas Republican wrote a tweet in agreement with former President …

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BNY Mellon fights decision by keeping self-op suit afloat

Law360 (June 18, 2021, 6:43 p.m. EDT) – Bank of New York Mellon on Thursday urged a Pennsylvania federal judge to reconsider his ruling requiring him to face a proposed class action suit accusing him of hijacking l High net worth clients’ money in underperforming investments he held or benefited …

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