Did you guys read that "corporate responsibility" act?
I gave you the condensed version- basically this allows employees and "shareholders," shareholders being defined as any community or business- say, a deli next to a production plant- that depends upon that corporation for their livelihood, to have a "say" in the management of that business. 40% of the Board of Directors would be representatives of an employee group. Think about that- the asylum you own will be run by the inmates.
Color me cynical, but why this bill, right now? Trump is trying to bring jobs back through tariffs and public shaming, or whatever- I don't know if his tariffs will work, but damn man, I understand technology makes our previous industries obsolete (think buggy whips) but this bit of legislation will drive industries offshore, if passed.