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USA Today: Al Franken pushes David Letterman for Senate

Sen. Al Franken has a suggestion for David Letterman’s new career after the comedian says goodbye to late-night TV in May.

Why not run for Senate in Indiana, since GOP Sen. Dan Coats is retiring after the 2016 elections?

Sen. Al Franken has a suggestion for David Letterman’s new career after the comedian says goodbye to late-night TV in May.

Why not run for Senate in Indiana, since GOP Sen. Dan Coats is retiring after the 2016 elections?

Franken, the Saturday Night Live comedian-turned-politician, was discussing Indiana’s controversial “religious freedom” law when Letterman, a Hoosier, asked what could be done to make Gov. Mike Pence feel “uncomfortable.”

Huffington Post: Senate Democrats Are Getting Fed Up With The SEC’s Delay On CEO Pay Rule

Senate Democrats are losing patience with the Securities and Exchange Commission over the agency’s failure to implement a new CEO pay rule.

Democrats have been pushing the SEC for nearly five years to move forward with the rule, which Congress required the agency to develop under the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law. The rule would mandate that companies publicly disclose the ratio of their CEO’s pay to the median earnings of workers at the firm.

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