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CLDA is continuing to closely monitor the progress of the PRO Act as it moves through the House of Representatives. Yesterday, Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY-21) gave testimony before the House Rules Committee on her proposed amendment to the PRO Act which would have struck the most damaging provisions from the bill. Read more.
H.R. 842, known as the Protecting the Right to Organize Act of 2021 (or the PRO Act for short) is coming up this week for a floor vote in the House of Representatives. This is the same “PRO Act” advanced in 2019 by the House. That bill died in the Senate in 2020, but we are in a new political landscape now and House Democrats are looking to advance the PRO Act again. The PRO Act would have many effects on the American economy (and these have been well documented by various news outlets). But there are several provisions of the PRO Act which we believe would be very harmful to CLDA member businesses. Read more.
As part of a reorientation in Department of Labor (DOL) policy, the Biden administration has removed from use a series of Trump administration opinion letters regarding the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Issuing these opinion letters was a practice widely used by the Trump DOL for quick deregulation without the need for a lengthy rulemaking and public comment period. However, the ease with which these letters are issued makes them a short-term fix, and they can be withdrawn just as quickly as they were issued. Read more.
CLDA, in partnership with NYMCSA and TIA, is proud to announce a virtual Transportation and Logistics Advocacy Day in Albany, New York, April 26-28. This is an important opportunity for you to learn about critical industry issues, develop and improve relationships with policymakers and their staffs, and educate and advocate on our industry’s top concerns in the very important state of New York. Learn more.
Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY-21) and Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) collaboratively released a bill today called the Modern Worker Empowerment Act. This bill would “update the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to codify the common-law definition of ’employee,’ aligning the FLSA with other federal laws, as well as numerous state statutes and recent Supreme Court decisions.” Read more.