Transforming the U.S. Department of Labor to the Department of Organized Labor

January 20, 2010 16:04

by Richard Manning, former Chief of Staff, Office of Public Affairs, US Department of Labor

In their first year in office, the Obama Administration has re-made the U.S. Department of Labor into the Department of Organized Labor, working hard to make certain that those who spent hundreds of millions of dollars to put them in office get a return on their investment.  While many dismiss the importance of the Department of Labor, virtually every person in America is directly touched by the rules and regulations that this federal bureaucracy creates and enforces, so changes at the top have real consequences for every working American.


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