Tax reform is a top agenda item for the Senate after next month's inauguration of President-Elect Donald Trump, Sen. Mitch McConnell said this week. GOP senators plan to use budget reconciliation to enact a measure quickly.
The Office of Management and Budget has released new travel spending guidelines that could help federal government employees more easily attend conferences.
Tax reform could take aim at association revenues.
As state legislatures get ready to reconvene after the election, lawmakers in several states are poised to introduce new measures allowing discrimination on religious grounds. ASAE is preparing to fight a bill in Texas, where the first is likely to emerge.
Last week President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team said those serving in his administration must end their lobbying registrations and not lobby for five years after leaving their posts.
Tax proposals favored by President-Elect Donald Trump on the campaign trail align with the tax blueprint released by the GOP earlier this year. Because of this, House Republicans say tax reform will be near the top of their 2017 legislative agenda.
The justices announced that they will hold arguments next month in a case that has major implications for associations. The issue: whether ordinary membership and governance activities can constitute a conspiracy in an antitrust case.
Supreme Court antitrust case raises a big question for associations.
Before adjourning for election season, the House passed a bill that would postpone the effective date of the Department of Labor’s overtime rule until the middle of next year.
With the December 1 effective date for the new rule approaching, ASAE, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and other organizations went to court this week seeking to block it while Congress considers an alternative phase-in approach to expanding overtime eligibility.