From Tax Reform to IRS Reform?

We’ve all been watching closely as Congress has worked to and has seemingly succeeded in patching together a tax reform package with a real possibility of becoming law. But beyond that possibility, we also learned this week that the House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee has set its sights on a more appetizing target for…

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Senators Getting (Parts Of Their) Act Together

When it comes to “Repeal-and-Replace Obama Care”, the US Senate doesn’t seem to quite know what to do, but on a couple of other issues, the clarity of their intention is unquestionable. Such is the case with the future direction of the National Labor Relations Board and its Joint Employer ruling from the Obama era.…

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Bill Seeks To Overturn NLRB

Over the course of the past several years, there have been a number of significant decisions rendered by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) largely rewriting the National Labor Relations Act. Over the past two weeks, remedies have been filed in both branches of Congress, but any final passage and resolution may still be quite…

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Swipe Fee Cap Safe in House, For Now

When talking about legislation at the federal, state or local level, victories can be fleeting and the old adage about not counting your chickens until they hatch comes into play. Such is the case currently with the Financial CHOICE Act of 2017 in the US House of Representatives. On Wednesday evening, House Republican leadership agreed to…

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