Acting Labor Secretary Meets with Workers in Nevada

She participated in a roundtable discussion on protections for migrant workers. Acting Labor Secretary Su joined a roundtable discussion at the Arriba Las Vegas Workers Center last week,…

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State Department Responds to Jimmy Lai’s Trial in Hong Kong

The pro-democracy publisher has been detained for three years prior to his trial. The trial of Chinese publisher Jimmy Lai began in Hong Kong this week, and the…

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House Subcommittee Addresses Rise in Retail Theft 

Chairman Pfluger details the rise in organized retail criminal enterprises. The House Committee on Homeland Security Subcommittee on Counterterrorism, Law Enforcement, and Intelligence held a hearing this week…

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Supreme Court Will Expedite Trump Immunity Case 

They did not indicate how soon the matter will be heard. The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to expedite Special Counsel Jack Smith’s request, made…

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Advocacy Groups Urge DOJ to Rescind “Safe Harbor” Merger Policy

The policy offers protection from prosecution to companies that self-report misconduct. Attorney General Merrick Garland received a letter this week from 14 nonprofits and lobbying groups. They urge…

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DOJ Updates Victim Guidelines after Boeing Crashes

District court ruling motivates change in procedures. The Department of Justice (DOJ) updated its guidelines for Victim and Witness Assistance this week after a legal ruling the week…

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