New England tourism businesses seek relief from unfair and unrealistic hiring limits on H-2B visa temporary workers.
International stock exchange champions reforms to modernize market structure and empower small investors.
A leading U.S. renewable energy company ran into a tangle of red tape while trying to build a project in the Texas Panhandle.
A subset of oil and gas developers found themselves captured in the Wall Street reform law, where an overly-broad definition created undue and burdensome registration requirements.
A rare childhood disease non-profit needed federal support in its search for a cure.
A software start-up helps the FCC address a gap in public safety.
As the federal governments of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico were traveling to Montreal in January 2018 for their sixth round of NAFTA negotiations, the Montreal Chamber of Commerce saw an opportunity to make a statement.
A major airline faced a government mandate that would harm its ability to compete — and hurt consumers as well.
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