Trumka said Clinton would be more inclined to bring unions into the decision-making process.
A Democrat is pressing financial regulators over a Dodd-Frank rule that bans proprietary trading.
The National Association of Fixed Annuities says the feds exceeded their authority.
Regulators are under pressure as they finish their work in Obama's last months.
The company must also pay $410,000 in consumer refunds.
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The Chamber is suing Treasury and the IRS over rules to limit offshore tax deals.
A bill to exempt Olympic winnings from taxes is "bad policy," one analyst said.
The proposal would curb taxpayers' ability to understate the value of their assets.
Proposed rules would cap collection calls and make it easier to dispute debts.
Moratorium will lead to increased debt for all borrowers.
It's baffling that the Speaker has failed to bring this reform legislation to the floor.
It takes the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau an average of 197 days to complete a regulation.
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Seventy-one government and public entities have struck settlements with the SEC.
Gary Johnson supports a fee, but not current regulations.
Olympic and Paralympic athletes wouldn't have to pay federal taxes on medals and prizes.
The man threatened to release Romney's tax returns unless he was paid $1 million.
The rules are "an arbitrary and capricious abuse of discretion," the groups said.
A new CFPB rule would put limits on forced arbitration clauses in financial contracts.
The Senate passed a bill to prevent medals from being taxed last month.
Fair wage will prevent mistreatment of servers by customers
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Jack Lew touted "fresh evidence Wall Street Reform is working."