In the absence of a deal, a nationwide freight-rail shutdown due to a strike or lockout would have been possible starting December 9.
Nor did it want to make a deal.
Romina Boccia writes on earmarks in legislation, and Brian Albrecht covers some new moves from the FTC.
Republicans should follow Cornyn’s lead.
The vote was 290–137, and it adopted the tentative agreement that unions and railroads negotiated in mid-September.
After three years of negotiations, it’s time for a resolution.
The amoxicillin shortages are not caused by supply problems, but rather demand exceeding forecasts.
Daniel Pilla writes about the IRS’s cryptocurrency focus this year, and Jonathan Bydlak covers Congress’s lame-duck session.
Matt Weidinger writes about the need to reform welfare programs, and Dominic covers some important union news.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona is clearly abusing his office and violating his oath to support and defend the Constitution.