Kraft fined for Oscar Mayer underweight packages MADISON, WI (WSAU) - If that Oscar Mayer ham seems a little light, it could be. Wisconsin’s Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has just fined Oscar Mayer’s parent company Kraft Foods Group for selling short-weighted packages. 01/29/2013 - 4:50 pm | View Link
Kraft fined for underweight Oscar Mayer packages MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Kraft Foods Group has paid a fine of nearly $37,000 to settle allegations of short-weight Oscar Mayer meats found in Wisconsin stores. State inspectors found 24 packages of Oscar Mayer meats that were below their stated weight. 05/8/2012 - 1:09 pm | View Link
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APPresident Trump will sign a resolution Monday afternoon undoing a key part of former President Barack Obama's labor agenda, a rule that effectively blacklisted federal contractors that were convicted of or simply charged with violating federal worker protection laws.
The rule will be undone through the Congressional Review Act, a rarely used procedure to declare presidential actions unconstitutional.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer called the Obama administration's rule "job killing" and said that manufacturers consulted by the president had identified it as "one of the most significant threats" to expanding American businesses and hiring American workers.
"The [Obama administration] rule simply made it too easy for trial lawyers to go after American companies and American workers who contract with the American government," Spicer said.
The Obama rule was issued by the Labor Department in 2015.
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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stocks pulled ahead on Tuesday after Wall Street steadied and the dollar bounced from a four-month-low, as concern over Donald Trump's setback on his healthcare reform bill gave away to tentative hopes for the U. S. President's planned stimulus policies.