YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Biden Quietly Challenges Wall Street

Also: Labor organizers are making Amazon flacks lose their minds, and Schumer warms to a vote on a sweeping pro-labor bill.
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Biden Quietly Challenges Wall Street
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By Julia Rock

President Donald Trump left behind a legacy of shameless Wall Street deregulation, reversing years of financial protections. Now, despite never being much of an anti-Wall Street crusader, President Joe Biden and his administration have been working to undo some of Trump’s most odious moves, despite hardly anyone noticing — and other financial reforms could soon be on the agenda.

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Labor organizers are derailing Amazon’s formidable P.R. machine.

The state that has executed more people than any other just abolished the death penalty.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he will hold a floor vote on landmark labor legislation, as long as the bill meets one more condition.


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