A regulatory relief bill is on its way to the House, a trade war looks increasingly unlikely, and Trump picks Larry Kudlow to lead the National Economic Council.
The NLRB's definition of joint-employer changes again, modifications to Dodd-Frank appear imminent, and the business community reacts to Gary Cohn's departure.
The BEA reports that take-home pay is rising as a result of tax reform, President Trump's trade moves face backlash, and the SEC cracks down on cryptocurrencies.
A new bipartisan bill would loosen banking restrictions included in the Dodd-Frank Act, and the next phase of the net neutrality fight has begun.
The OMB released the president's proposed budget, the administration laid out infrastructure financing plans, and four immigration bills failed to pass the Senate.