Some of the most helpful policy responses to the coronavirus pandemic loosen rather than impose restrictions. Many of the regulations that are being scrapped to fight COVID-19 were #NeverNeeded in the first place.
Please join CEI for an online discussion about how deregulation offers a swift, effective response to both the current crisis and long-term economic recovery. Featured remarks will be delivered by Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia, who has been called a “visionary” for his work challenging unlawful regulations.
The Labor Department will play a central role in overseeing the new federal programs intended to help workers and their families respond to the coronavirus. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia will join CEI to discuss the regulatory landscape as we look ahead from COVID-19.
Tuesday, May 26, 2020, 12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT
Eugene Scalia, U.S. Secretary of Labor
Kent Lassman, CEI President
Sean Higgins, CEI Research Fellow
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Eugene Scalia serves as the 28th Secretary of Labor, where he oversees the enforcement and administration of more than 180 federal employment laws covering more than 150 million workers and 10 million workplaces.
As Solicitor of Labor, the Department’s principal legal officer, he pursued initiatives to protect low-wage workers, reduce unnecessary regulatory burdens, and enhance enforcement of workplace safety laws.
Prior to his confirmation, Secretary Scalia was a lawyer with a national reputation for his expertise in labor, employment, administrative, and regulatory law.