Public Policy Roundup
The Treasury pulls the plug on the Main Street Lending Program, Biden announces key members of his economic team, and the new administration’s impact on government contracts.
The SEC's chairman announces he will resign by year's end, and a Biden administration could mean tighter financial regulation.
The presidential election continues with no clear winner, the SEC issues a new rule, and Senators announce a new group.
The Senate fails again to pass a stimulus package, analysts warn of a contested election, and the Supreme Court gets a new justice.
The reach of the Fed's Main Street Lending Program remains limited, and the Senate urges the White House to drop stimulus talks.