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Labor HHS Appropriations Bill Includes Critical Provisions to Protect Workers and the Economy

On July 9, CDW sent a letter to the House of Representatives urging their support for the FY25 Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies appropriations bill, which includes two critical policy riders that would prohibit the NLRB from using appropriated funds to implement its joint employer final rule and electronic voting in […]

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CDW Files Amicus Brief against OSHA Rule Giving Unions Access to Employer Property

On July 3, CDW and seven other employer organizations filed an amicus brief with the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas in a case challenging the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) final rule altering the worker walkaround representative designation process. The final rule allows unions and other third parties who have an agenda […]

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Supreme Court Reins in Federal Agencies’ Authority

On June 28, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Loper Bright, curbing federal agencies’ authority. The Court overturned prior precedent to eliminate Chevron deference, or the judicial system’s deference to federal agencies to interpret the statutes they are responsible for enforcing. CDW filed an amicus brief in the case. The following can be attributed to CDW Chair Kristen Swearingen: “The Supreme Court has […]

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CDW Questions Invitation to Teamsters to Speak at Republican National Convention

On June 21, former President Trump announced that Teamsters President Sean O’Brien would speak at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee. The following statement can be attributed to Coalition for a Democratic Workplace Chair Kristen Swearingen: “The Teamsters, and specifically their president, have routinely pursued policies that would harm American workers, Main Street businesses, and the economy at […]

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