Public Policy Roundup
President Trump signs the bipartisan banking bill, the Fed weighs Volcker Rule changes, and riders in the House appropriations bill look unlikely.
The Senate banking bill moves closer to a vote, co-directors of the SEC’s Enforcement Division address cybersecurity, and the IRS commissioner offers timing for pass-through income guidance.
SEC Commissioner Piwowar announces he will step down, the NLRB considers the joint-employer standard again, and trade talks with China continue.
The future of a trade war remains unclear after a U.S. delegation visits China, and a push for Republican-led deregulation efforts begins with a vote on auto-lending guidance.
A key House member looks like he’ll take a new approach to the Dodd-Frank regulatory relief bill, trade negotiations with China begin, and a new gun debate emerges.