Senator Sherrod Brown has been a leader in taking on the big banks, and now the Chamber of Commerce is retaliating.
The USDA proposes to increase the line speed at poultry plants, which could endanger employees who already work long hours doing repetitive hand motions.
The USDA proposes to increase line speed in poultry plants, but the debate is only about food safety. What about the workers?
It’s now the only governing institution that understands the depths of the economic crisis.
History shows that regulation of industries--from meat to pharmaceuticals--has not only protected us, but has provided economic benefits. So why is it demonized?
By giving people a direct voice in shaping regulations, we can make agencies more responsive and accountable, and give citizens a direct stake in policy-making.
The proposed rule drew a blizzard of criticism from the financial industry. Here’s why commercial banks shouldn’t be able to make risky bets.
According to Jeff Madrick’s Age of Greed, the US’s plunge into financial crisis began long before the recent round of deregulation and bailouts.
A tax on the rapid-fire trades that dominate financial markets would discourage reckless behavior and raise serious funds for public use.
The 1979 partial meltdown prompted more regulations and greater enforcement. Then in the 1990s, a Republican Congress took aim.