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March 6, 2017In the News

Zaccardelli quoted in "Senate Strikes Down Reporting Requirement for Federal Contractors"

Society for Human Resource Management

The U.S. Senate voted 49-48 on March 6 to strike down so-called blacklisting regulations requiring federal contractors to report labor violations and potentially barring them from receiving contracts if they had serious infractions. President Donald Trump is expected to sign the resolution, which already passed the House of Representatives, according to Patrick Brady, senior advisor, government relations at the Society for Human Resource Management.

Although a federal district court temporarily blocked the blacklisting regulations, the Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution would permanently bar the labor-violation reporting requirement, as well as the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces regulations' arbitration provision and paycheck transparency mandates.

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