Schumer Sets Up Action On Bedoya FTC Nomination

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By James Arkin (May 9, 2022, 7:40 PM EDT) — Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., made a procedural motion to move forward on Alvaro Bedoya’s nomination to the Federal Trade Commission Monday, setting up a possible vote this week on the long-stalled nomination that would bring the FTC to full strength.

Schumer filed a cloture motion to end debate on Bedoya’s nomination, a move that sets up a possible vote as early as Wednesday. It’s the second time Democrats have made the move to set up Bedoya’s confirmation on the Senate floor, though a similar procedural motion last month was withdrawn because Democratic senators were absent due to COVID-19. A…

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