Fast-food CEO and Regulation Foe Andrew Puzder Is Trump Pick for DOL Chief

Fast-food executive and attorney Andrew Puzder, expected to be President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to lead the U.S. Labor Department, is a sharp critic of Obama administration regulations whose appointment could roll back efforts to expand corporate liability and raise worker wages.

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  • Fast-food CEO and Regulation Foe Andrew Puzder Is Trump Pick for DOL Chief

    By Rebekah Mintzer

    Fast-food executive and attorney Andrew Puzder, expected to be President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to lead the U.S. Labor Department, is a sharp critic of Obama administration regulations whose appointment could roll back efforts to expand corporate liability and raise worker wages.

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