Groups Urge DOJ to Side with Google in Gonzalez Case

This week, Chamber of Progress and sexual health group Advocates for Youth sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, urging the Department of Justice (DOJ) to file a brief in support of Google in the case Gonzalez v. Google to ensure the continued availability of life-saving reproductive health resources.  The letter argues that… Continue reading Groups Urge DOJ to Side with Google in Gonzalez Case

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As Tech Sector Faces Crunch, Now is the Wrong Time for Job-Killing Klobuchar Tech Bill

Over the course of the past several months, leading American tech companies including Amazon, Meta, Twitter, Snap and others have announced large-scale layoffs, collectively letting go tens of thousands of workers due to a worsening economic climate. In the past two weeks alone, more than 25,000 tech workers have suffered layoffs. Economists now project a… Continue reading As Tech Sector Faces Crunch, Now is the Wrong Time for Job-Killing Klobuchar Tech Bill

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NYC Council Bill Would Amend Delivery Fee Cap

On Thursday, New York City Councilmember Robert Holden introduced an amendment to the city’s food delivery fee cap, exempting delivery companies from the fee cap if they offer restaurants the option to choose higher-cost tiers of services and the choice to be listed on their platforms for a fee consistent with delivery and transaction fee… Continue reading NYC Council Bill Would Amend Delivery Fee Cap

PA Senate Sends Autonomous Vehicle Bill to Governor

On Wednesday, the Pennsylvania Senate passed HB 2398, an autonomous vehicle (AV) bill allowing for the testing and full commercial deployment of safe AVs on roads in the Keystone State.  “This is big news for anyone who wants to see safer streets in Pennsylvania,” said Chamber of Progress CEO Adam Kovacevich. “AVs eliminate human error… Continue reading PA Senate Sends Autonomous Vehicle Bill to Governor

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NY AG Proposes Unnecessary Changes to Section 230

On Tuesday, New York Attorney General Leticia James called for new legislation to combat extreme content online, including changes to Section 230 and penalties for individuals who repost content created by the perpetrator of a homicide. James’ proposal follows a review by the attorney general’s office of how a shooter in Buffalo this year used… Continue reading NY AG Proposes Unnecessary Changes to Section 230

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