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CABINET. R. Alexander Acosta, Trump's second choice to head the Labor Department, goes before a Senate panel for an initial hearing on how he would lead it.
R. Alexander Acosta, Trump's second choice to head the Labor Department, tells a Senate panel he has reservations about an overtime rule put in place by the Obama administration and that its effect on the economy needed to be considered.
Highlights of the day for U. S. President Donald Trump's administration on Wednesday: healthcare Trump and Republican congressional leaders appear to be losing the battle to gather enough support in the House of Representatives to pass their ...
Trump and Republican congressional leaders appear to be losing the battle to gather enough support in the House of Representatives to pass their Obamacare rollback bill, watched by wary investors in financial markets.
Senators Marco Rubio of Florida, background, and Ted Cruz of Texas introduced R. Alexander Acosta, center, at his confirmation hearing for labor secretary on Wednesday.
The decision came two days before R. Alexander Acosta is scheduled for his confirmation hearing to become secretary of Labor.
R. Alexander Acosta's hearing was originally scheduled for last week but was postponed. Acosta, a former Justice Department official, was nominated for the Labor post on Feb. 16 after the withdrawal of the president's first pick, outspoken SoCal fast ...
But it's probably safe to expect that R. Alexander Acosta, assuming he is confirmed as Secretary of Labor, is going to have a fairly downsized department to work with as preforms his duties.
Meanwhile, the confirmation hearing for President Donald Trump's nominee to head the Labor Department, R. Alexander Acosta, has been delayed from March 15 to March 22, as Sen. Lamar Alexander, chairman of the Senate Health, education, Labor and ...
Meanwhile, the confirmation hearing for President Donald Trump's nominee to head the Labor Department, R. Alexander Acosta, has been delayed from March 15 to March 22, as Sen. Lamar Alexander, chairman of the Senate Health, education, Labor and ...
R. Alexander Acosta, a former Justice Department official, was nominated for the Labor post on Feb. 16 after the withdrawal of the president's first pick, outspoken Southern California fast-food executive Andy Puzder.
MIAMI - In 2008, three years after R. Alexander Acosta had decamped from the Justice Department's civil rights Division for the United States Attorney's post in South Florida, the Justice Department's in-house investigator laid out a damning ...
R. Alexander Acosta was named Trump's nominee for secretary of labor on Feb. 16, 2017, a day after the president's first choice for the job, Andrew Puzder, withdrew his name from consideration.
... the order gives the DOL the option of "rescinding or revising" the version of the rule the Financial Services industry and employers have been prepping for.
... Labor Department has been slowed by the withdrawal last month of Trump's controversial initial nominee for labor secretary, Andrew Puzder, a fast-food restaurant executive.
After his withdrawal, Trump moved quickly to find a replacement and the next day nominated former Justice Department official R. Alexander Acosta as Labor secretary. His confirmation hearing is Wednesday. Puzder's confirmation hearing was delayed four ...
Industry officials anticipate a quick confirmation of R. Alexander Acosta to be the next secretary of Labor after his March 15 confirmation hearing before the Senate Health, education, Labor and Pensions Committee.
Industry officials anticipate a quick confirmation of R. Alexander Acosta to be the next secretary of Labor after his March 15 confirmation hearing before the Senate Health, education, Labor and Pensions Committee.
President Trump's nominee to serve as secretary of labor, R. Alexander Acosta, should pay attention to the letter as well.
FILE - In this Jan. 16, 2008 file photo, R. Alexander Acosta talks to reporters during a news conference in Miami. President Donald Trump says he's has chosen Acosta to be labor secretary.
Although Trump's controversial first nominee for labor secretary, Andrew Puzder, withdrew and his replacement R. Alexander Acosta has yet to be confirmed, efforts to scale back workplace protections are already underway. The Senate is expected to vote ...
There are just two lawyers in current cabinet positions: Vice President Mike Pence and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the Wall Street Journal reports.
... Labor Department has been slowed by the withdrawal last month of Trump's controversial initial nominee for labor secretary, Andrew Puzder, a fast-food restaurant executive.
In November, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced fines against businesses with workers who were killed when they were pulled into a wood chipper, burned in a refinery fire and crushed in collapsing grain bins and ...
In November, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced fines against businesses with workers who were killed when they were pulled into a wood chipper, burned in a refinery fire and crushed in collapsing grain bins and ...
In his place, Trump nominated R. Alexander Acosta, the dean of Florida International University College of Law. Acosta served on the National Labor Relations Board from 2002 to 2003 under George W. Bush.
Although Trump's controversial first nominee for labor secretary, Andrew Puzder, withdrew and his replacement, R. Alexander Acosta, has yet to be confirmed, efforts to scale back workplace protections are already under way. The Senate is expected to ...
16, Trump tapped R. Alexander Acosta, a law school dean and former assistant attorney general, as his new pick to head the Labor Department.
Labor secretary nominee R. Alexander Acosta has shown an interest in enforcing laws without costly courtroom battles. That may signal a kinder, gentler DOL for employers if he's confirmed to the post.
President Trump announced his new pick to serve as Secretary of Labor - R. Alexander Acosta, a former Justice Department official and current dean of Florida International University College of Law - after Andrew Puzder withdrew his name from ...
R. Alexander Acosta, a former member of the National Labor Relations Board, was nominated to the position Feb. 16. President Donald Trump's first choice, Andrew Puzder, Chief Executive Officer of CKE Restaurants Inc., withdrew from consideration Feb. 15.
The Ivy League-educated R. Alexander Acosta, the only son of Cuban immigrants, clerked for Judge Samuel Alito before Alito was appointed to the Supreme Court, was an anti-worker member of the National Labor Relations Board, is currently a Florida law ...
President Trump announced his new pick to serve as Secretary of Labor - R. Alexander Acosta, a former Justice Department official and current dean of Florida International University College of Law - after Andrew Puzder withdrew his name from ...
The Senate will soon hold a confirmation hearing for R. Alexander Acosta to serve as the secretary of labor, after President Donald Trump's first pick, Fast Food CEO Andrew Puzder, withdrew his nomination amid intense scrutiny of his anti-worker, anti ...
In Puzder's place, R. Alexander Acosta was chosen. Assuming this pick pans out - which is extremely likely according to a number of sources - what can HR pros expect from the feds under the watch of an Acosta DOL?
Labor secretary nominee R. Alexander Acosta has shown an interest in enforcing laws without costly courtroom battles. That may signal a kinder, gentler DOL for ...
If confirmed as Labor secretary, the law school dean will be the first Hispanic member of President Donald Trump's Cabinet.
Although Trump's controversial first nominee for labor secretary, Andrew Puzder, withdrew and his replacement R. Alexander Acosta has yet to be confirmed, efforts to scale back workplace protections are already underway. The Senate is expected to vote ...
R. Alexander Acosta, President Donald Trump's choice to replace Andrew Puzder as the nominee to head the Labor Department, will be asked to hit the ground running when he takes over leadership of the agency, assuming he is confirmed by the Senate.
President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference announcing R. Alexander Acosta as the new labor secretary nominee in the East Room of the White House on February 16, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
On Tuesday, President Trump addressed previous statements he made about bigotry and anti-Semitism in a speech. "The anti-Semitic threats targeting our Jewish community and community centers are horrible and are painful, and a very sad reminder of the ...
The question might seem fanciful given the continuing chaos in Washington. But with Mr. Trump's new choice for labor secretary, R. Alexander Acosta, heading toward a likely confirmation, at some point the president's cabinet will actually start governing.
In his place, President Trump put forth R. Alexander Acosta. Assuming this pick pans out - which is extremely likely according to a number of sources - what can HR pros expect from the feds under the watch of an Acosta DOL?
Tarlau wants to advance the rule change at the state level because of low expectations that President Trump's new pick to head the U.S.
Moving quickly after his first choice for labor secretary withdrew his nomination amid controversy, President Trump made a seemingly safe selection on Thursday in R. Alexander Acosta, a Florida law school dean and former assistant attorney general.
In 2008, R. Alexander Acosta, seen here, was in charge of 32 percent of U.S. health care fraud prosecutions. (Photo: Alan Diaz/AP).
Acosta nominated for Secretary of Labor. In his first solo news conference since taking office, President Donald Trump addressed reporters Thursday in the White House.


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