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Why did the US Chamber of Commerce sue the FTC?

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Chamber of Commerce filed a lawsuit on Thursday against the Federal Trade Commission that accuses it of unlawfully withholding public records. The Chamber, which speaks for U.S. businesses, has been critical of the FTC under Chair Lina Khan, who has support among progressive Democrats.

Why did the SEC file a lawsuit against the Chamber?

The Chamber's lawsuit was filed in the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, a conservative-leaning court that has issued several high-profile rulings adverse to the Biden administration. The SEC has also been defending against another lawsuit from the Chamber and others over the agency's decision to roll back a 2020 proxy advisor rule.

Does the US Chamber of Commerce support Coinbase?

The US Chamber of Commerce has expressed its support for Coinbase in its legal battle with the SEC over its proposed lending product. The Chamber filed an amicus brief in which it criticized the SEC for its lack of clarity and consistency in regulating digital assets.

What is the US Chamber of Commerce doing to fight retail theft?

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce – the world's largest business organization – is imploring Congress to step up enforcement against rampant retail theft.

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