- President-elect Joe Biden named his nominations for three top economic roles in his administration.
- Biden nominated Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo as his commerce secretary, Boston mayor Marty Walsh his labor secretary, and former Obama administration official Isabel Guzman his head of the Small Business Administration.
- If confirmed, Walsh would be the first union member to serve as labor secretary in nearly half a century.
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President-elect Joe Biden named his nominations for his labor and commerce secretaries and head of small businesses just hours after a joint session of Congress confirmed