Biden Orders Boost in Food Aid, Paves Way for $15 Federal Minimum Wage

A flurry of executive orders ushering in a new era at the White House continued Friday as President Joe Biden signed off on directives aimed at improving food security for millions of struggling Americans and paving the way for a $15 minimum wage for federal workers.

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Protesters Take on Kentucky Mass-Gathering Ban at Sixth Circuit

An attorney for Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear argued Tuesday before the Sixth Circuit that a now-rescinded ban on protest gatherings of more than 10 people – part of the state’s effort to slow the spread of Covid-19 – was sufficiently tailored to meet constitutional requirements.

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In Flip-Flop, NYSE Will Delist 3 Chinese Companies After All

The New York Stock Exchange is going ahead with plans to delist shares of three Chinese state-owned phone carriers under an executive order from President Donald Trump, reversing course just days after saying they wouldn’t be delisted.

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