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Extended stay-at-home orders are risking the stability of the financial system, the newly appointed head of the OCC told mayors in a Monday letter, highlighting compounding risks as the COVID-19 pandemic and recent civil unrest exacerbate economic uncertainty.
The Trump administration moved to toss a class action challenge to a proclamation targeting uninsured green card seekers, telling an Oregon federal judge that the visa applicants don't have upcoming consular interviews and it was unlikely the policy would imminently affect them.
The U.S. Department of the Interior's chief attorney has killed part of an Obama-era decision by his predecessor backing tribal claims against North Dakota to mineral rights, saying the state legally owns submerged lands beneath the Missouri River where it flows through a tribe's reservation.
JPMorgan Chase Bank NA has urged a federal judicial panel not to create multidistrict litigation for an array of lawsuits it's facing over its participation in a federal coronavirus relief loan program for small businesses, arguing that the cases are "a jigsaw puzzle of unmatched pieces."
A group of satellite operators in the C-Band have agreed on a timeline for converting their spectrum for 5G, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced Monday, meaning the five companies plan to vacate a chunk of the airwaves they currently hold by December 2021.