Law360, New York (January 26, 2018, 11:03 PM EST) -- A year into office, President Donald Trump has now nominated a nearly full slate of commissioners for the Federal Trade Commission, and though that means the FTC may finally regain some stability, there are political obstacles that could drag out an already harmful delay in putting new leadership in place.
The White House sent the names of three Republicans and a Democrat to the Senate on Thursday for confirmation. They would replace the current bipartisan two-member commission, which has been operating three members short since early last year, when former Chairwoman Edith Ramirez resigned. It’s been led by acting Chairman Maureen...
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