The Week That Was - April 20, 2012

Apr 20, 2012

Here are the most widely read stories for the week ending April 20:

Poking Holes in the WSJ’s Transportation Editorial – The Wall Street Journal editorial piece should have checked its facts before posting reasons why the federal government shouldn’t be involved in transportation investment.

Happy Tax Day – No, Really! – Tom Donohue writes that we should celebrate this year’s Tax Day … because it may be the smallest check American will write to Uncle Sam if the tax relief provisions expire at the end of this year.

Union Station Gets Dressed Up for the SEC – Washington, D.C.’s Union Station metro stop has a new look, one that’s asking questions about why regulators intend to revamp money market mutual funds when they already work so well.

Chamber Joins Lawsuit Challenging New H-2B Visa Regulations That Will Devastate Small Businesses – The Chamber joined forces with employers in the landscaping and seafood processing industries to bring a legal challenge to a regulation that radically changes the H-2B via program.

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