Not Congress". In her tweets , Warren accused the CFPB's current director, Trump appointee Kathy Kraninger, of gutting portions of the agency and urged her to "stop working for the crooks and start working for working families". When it created the consumer finance watchdog agency in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis , Congress sought to protect it from political influence, but opponents argued that shielding the director from removal violated the separation of powers principle of ...
The administration is also considering moves that would further unravel the special trade privileges that Hong Kong has enjoyed since handover on the grounds that it was not under the control of the Chinese government. The 50-year agreement is said to implement a "one country, two systems" principle, because it offers Hong Kong rights and freedoms that do not exist in mainland China.
Reacting to Mr. Modi's 17-minute long address, the Congress said it was disappointing, didn't match the hype that was generated before the speech and the Prime Minister seemed "preoccupied with the idea of Bihar Assembly elections". " This is the season of cough, fever and cold which requires cautiousness ", he added. Under the scheme, more than 800 million people have been getting five kilograms of wheat or rice per month, along with one kilogram of pulses per household.
Starbucks joins Coca Cola in announcing an outright suspension on all social media advertising, while other companies have announced temporary bans on Facebook ads. "We know we have more work to do, and we'll continue to work with civil rights groups, Global Alliance for Responsible Media, and other experts to develop even more tools, technology and policies to continue this fight".
The company reportedly plans charge the US government $390 a dose, which will cost patients on Medicare at least $2,300 for the shortest coronavirus treatment cycle. The prices are roughly in line with those an influential US drug cost watchdog pegged on the drug in its latest cost-effectiveness analysis, but came below the sticker Wall Street was expecting.
However, the company will continue to post on social media, but not make paid advertisements. Diageo announced the decision on Twitter on June 27. How altruistic is Facebook's move? "We're a tiny fish in a massive ocean, but we're happy to be joining the boycott", he wrote. But like Coca-Cola , Starbucks said it was not joining that boycott.