Public Policy Roundup
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.
Change is afoot for the Volcker rule, the Senate sets a precedent for repealing regulations, and the Supreme Court hears a case involving e-commerce sales taxes.