Legislation aimed at preventing an acting head of the Department of Labor from remaining in the job indefinitely was recently introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.August 10, 2023
Nearly three dozen Republican senators called on President Joe Biden to withdraw from consideration his nominee to lead the Department of Labor.June 22, 2023
Nearly two months after a committee approved Acting Labor Secretary Julie Su’s nomination to lead the department, Democratic leaders in the Senate have yet to schedule a floor vote.June 15, 2023
Acting Labor Secretary Julie Su is in California for talks with West Coast port employers and the dockworkers’ union in an effort to break an impasse in a long-running contract negotiation.
WASHINGTON — Labor secretary nominee Julie Su won praise at her Senate hearing April 20 as “a champion of the working class” even as some key Democrats were unwilling to voice support.
In a letter to Senate leaders, American Trucking Associations President Chris Spear expressed concern about the track record that Labor Secretary nominee Julie Su would bring to the job.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Feb. 28 said he planned to nominate Julie Su, the current deputy, as his next labor secretary, replacing the departing incumbent, former Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.