posted a year ago
"Business law affects current events in two ways. First, businesses are often the entities most directly impacted by government regulations and policies. For example, the Affordable Care Act has significantly impacted how businesses operate in the United States.
Second, businesses wield tremendous societal power and often use their influence to lobby government officials or donate money to political campaigns. This can directly impact the way laws are made and how current events play out. For example, Koch Industries is a significant business conglomerate that has donated millions of dollars to conservative political campaigns. As a result, they have been able to exert significant influence on government policy decisions."