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Social media campaigns called out business leaders who remain on two key panels.
U.S. exit from the TPP erased breakthrough internet measures.
Lobbying efforts by Best Buy and Target in the first six months of 2017 rivaled what they did for all of 2016. The financial numbers, drawn from government records, show the Minnesota companies' determination to kill a border adjustment tax on imports sought by the House GOP.
GOP budget drops the tax that Target CEO called "an unproven and untested theory."
If repealed, consumers would lose a choice of options for certain financial grievances.
A tariff on imported steel that President Donald Trump says will shore up the sagging U.S. steel industry enjoys growing political popularity in Minnesota, even as those who specialize in trade policy warn that it could injure other critical parts of the state's economy.
U.S. House measure would allow more time for them to be sent to the FDA.
Credit card companies and banks can't force arbitration for grievances.
Advocates believe consumers won't get needed information.
Refusing at the last minute to implement rules that were years in the making is "whipsawing students who deserve better," Lori Swanson said.