Oppose Trump’s Attack on Equal Pay

Under the direction of President Obama in 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced an update to the Employer Information Report (EEO-1) to include and gather data about compensation from employers. The revised EEO-1 would result
in three concrete goals that will help address pay disparities: increase public transparency, support employer efforts to self-monitor compensation practices, and strengthen the EEOC’s enforcement efforts. 

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10am Today: Securing U.S. Economic Interests in Foreign Direct Investment

When it comes to national security, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States or CFIUS, was created at the Treasury Department to review
mergers, acquisitions, or takeovers by foreign investors. Yet, CFIUS has no meaningful way to reviewing foreign direct investment for its impact on our nation’s economic security. As foreign direct investment in the United States continues to break records,
it is past time to think about U.S. economic and national security interests jointly – and the implications of foreign ownership over sensitive sectors of our economy.

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Securing U.S. Economic Interests in Foreign Direct Investment

When it comes to national security, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States or CFIUS, was created at the Treasury Department to review mergers, acquisitions,
or takeovers by foreign investors. Yet, CFIUS has no meaningful way to reviewing foreign direct investment for its impact on our nation’s economic security. As foreign direct investment in the United States continues to break records, it is past time to think
about U.S. economic and national security interests jointly – and the implications of foreign ownership over sensitive sectors of our economy.

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Sept 6th Briefing: Securing U.S. Economic Interests in Foreign Direct Investment

When it comes to national security, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States or CFIUS, was created at the Treasury Department to review mergers, acquisitions, or takeovers by foreign investors. Yet, CFIUS has no
meaningful way to reviewing foreign direct investment for its impact on our nation’s economic security. As foreign direct investment in the United States continues to break records, it is past time to think about U.S. economic and national security interests
comprehensively – and the implications for sensitive sectors of our economy.

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