Federal Judge Dismisses Yelp’s Lawsuit Over ProLife Disclaimers

The case against the Texas attorney general was regarding the website’s medical provider disclosures. Federal Judge Trina Thompson of the  Northern District of California recently denied Yelp’s lawsuit…

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HHS Reports Refugees Grew Economy in 15 Years

The department calculated that the generated revenue exceeded the costs of relocation and support. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a report this month that…

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DOT Addresses Red Sea Disruptions, Prepares for Supply Chain Issues

Agency collaboration seeks to mitigate potential port congestion during threats to maritime commerce. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Office of Multimodal Freight convened with stakeholders from the nationwide…

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The Pentagon Invests in Revitalizing U.S. Semiconductor Manufacturing

The grants are part of the RESHAPE initiative. The Department of Defense (DOD) has granted contracts totaling $49 million to Micross Components and the government of Osceola County,…

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DOT Supports FTC Protections Against Predatory Towing

The department urged the FTC to implement additional restrictions curbing junk fees. The Department of Transportation expressed support for policies banning junk fees, especially with regard to the…

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FTC Supports Amazon’s Withdrawal from iRobot Acquisition

Official says the proposed $1.4 billion merger had “potential competitive effects.“ The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced its support for Amazon withdrawing from the acquisition of iRobot. The…

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce Sues FCC Over Discrimination Rule

The lobbying group says the regulation is overly broad. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, one of the nation’s largest lobbying groups, has sued the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)…

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Appeals Court Revives Mexico’s Lawsuit Against U.S. Gunmakers

Judicial panel overturns block on lawsuit claiming companies facilitate gun trafficking. The First Circuit Court of Appeals has revived a lawsuit filed by the government of Mexico that…

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Senator Cantwell Drafts First AI Regulation Bills

The measures will be released individually in the near future. Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington, chair of the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee, is preparing a series…

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FTC Launches Inquiry into Tech Companies’ AI Investments

The commission examines the impact on competition and innovation. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued orders to Alphabet, Amazon, Anthropic, Microsoft, and OpenAI, requiring them to provide information…

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