– Business Insider
After years of worries that automation will steal people’s jobs, the left is transforming robots from competition to comrades.
The chamber on Tuesday will announce the formation of a “task force on climate action,” meant to examine how the phenomenon is affecting member companies’ business decisions, among other issues. The open-ended initiative – modeled after a similar effort on data privacy – could spur a shift in the chamber’s approach to environmental policy.
– The Wall Street Journal
The plan would increase federal revenue by about 10 percent – all from about 180,000 households.
– The Washington Post
Uber and Lyft are insisting workers don’t actually need to be employees to have bargaining rights.