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Capitol In late April, House Democrats revealed some specific proposals in a slate of bills set on changing the application of antitrust law to employment issues. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Much has been made of the anticipated “Blue Wave” in the upcoming November midterms.  Last July, Democrats unveiled a set of legislative priorities—collectively referred to as “A Better Deal”—they intended to trumpet to connect with voters and ride to congressional majorities.  While proposals such as “Medicare for All” and a $15 minimum federal wage garner substantial coverage, others have flown under the radar.

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