The FTC, which has been operating with only four of five commissioners since October 2022 when Republican Noah Phillips stepped down, saw additional changes this week. The one remaining Republican commissioner, Christine Wilson, announced on February 14 that she would be stepping down, though it was not exactly clear when she would leave. Commissioner Wilson cited her own concerns with FTC Chair Lina Kahn’s, “disregard for the rule of law and due process.” Wilson’s resignation will allow President Biden to nominate two more Republicans to the Commission, but the White House has not indicated when that would happen, or who it has in mind. On February 13, President Biden nominated current Democratic commissioner, Rebecca Slaughter, to an extended term. Her term had expired in September 2022. While the shakeup could momentarily delay work at the FTC, it is still able to carry out its work without a full commission.