Small Business Owners Struggling To Find Workers

Small Business Owners Are Continuing To Have Problems Attracting New Workers In The Wake Of The Coronavirus Pandemic And Are Trying To Entice Them With New Incentives, A New Report From The U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Shows.

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Federal Unemployment Benefits Spur Hiring Crisis

Republicans Have Argued For Months That Federal Unemployment Benefits Are Keeping Americans From Going Back To Work, And A New Survey Seems To Support That Claim.

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Healthcare Interests, Restaurants Among COVID Relief Bill Winners

While Many Interest Groups Felt They Missed Out On Crucial Aid In Biden’s Relief Package, A Handful Of Industries Scored Huge Wins, Including Healthcare Industry Giants.

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Biden Gears Up To Push Behemoth Infrastructure Plan

As President Joe Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill Heads To His Desk This Week, His Administration Is Preparing To Introduce A Massive Infrastructure Relief Bill Sometime This Month.

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Corporate Interests Call On Congress To Pass The Dream Immigrant Act

A Broad Coalition Of Corporations And Business Groups Are Pushing Congressional Leaders To Pass Legislation To Create A Path To Citizenship For Undocumented Immigrants Who Arrived In The U.S. As Children.

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Progressives Continue Push For $15 Minimum Wage

Progressive Lawmakers And Left-wing Groups That Championed An Effort To Raise The Federal Minimum Wage To $15 Through Budget Reconciliation Aren’t Accepting Defeat.

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Lobbying Spending Nears Record High In 2020 Amid Pandemic

Lobbying Spending Nearly Reached $3.5 Billion in 2020, Just Falling Short Of 2019’s Record Total.

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