First American fixed the security loophole
after learning about it.
allows fintechs to obtain a state bank charter that would let them operate nationally with little federal supervision.
"Let us publicize these candidates and politicians taking advantage of this loophole
. Maybe they will feel ashamed," Caritos noted.
BT used an obscure loophole
in European law to pay them PS8.50-an-hour wages, PS500 a month less than permanent staff they work alongside, she said.
lets bosses pay an average of PS1.50 an hour less to staff doing the same work as permanent workers, said unions.
Also left unmentioned: Trump just signed a tax bill that includes language that could prevent any subsequent president from using executive action to close the loophole
in the future.
Baldwin, D-Wis., and Levin, D-Mich., said in introducing their bill that Trump promised on the campaign trail to close the loophole
, but his tax plan doesn't reflect that.
Gun makers almost immediately shifted their designs to exclude those restricted features, and again, the hoplophobes, with their irrational fear of firearms, declared these modifications to be a "loophole
" in the law.
"I haven't seen a veto statement, but I have been advised by the governor's office that both [bills] have been vetoed due to concerns about the so-called 'spousal loophole
' added by the Senate in the last days of session," Davis said.
But the couple got tangled in a legal "loophole
" that was then closed - and they ended up owing money.