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In recent months, we’ve blogged about New Year’s predictions for the freelance or gig economy in 2017, New Year resolutions, and what the Trump presidency might mean for gig workers in general, (specifically, the President’s immigration and tax policies, as well as his overall pro-business/pro-American jobs outlook). What we’re most curious about for 2017 is whether we might see new federal laws advancing the sharing economy, especially given that the 2016 GOP platform hailed the industry as being in need of comprehensive reform. 

Earlier this year, Arizona Congresswoman Martha McSally, announced the formation of a new working group, comprised of Ms. McSally and several of her Republican colleagues, called the “Working Group on Women in the 21st Century Workforce.” By way of background, McSally spent 26 years in the U.S. Air Force before being elected to Congress. While in the Air Force, McSally was the first woman to fly in combat, as well as the first to command a fighter squad in combat.

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