The Senate confirmed Alexander Acosta as Secretary of Labor, leaving the newly minted cabinet member to oversee the fate of the fiduciary rule.
President Trump’s nomination of Acosta, a former U.S. attorney, passed the Senate on Thursday night in a 60 to 38 vote. He will now proceed to the DoL rule on a tight deadline.
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