There are at least five arbitration bills that were recently introduced in the 115th (2017-2018) and the 116th (2019-2020) Congresses. The Arbitration Fairness Act (2018) was a re-introduction of legislation that has been proposed, without success, for years. The others are new or reworked former proposals, targeting employment, consumer, student and investor issues. Assuming one or more of the bills introduced in the current Congress gets through the House, there is little indication that the GOP-controlled Senate would pass any of the bills, nor does there look to be sufficient support to override a presidential veto. However, by “flooding the zone” Democrats are pressing an issue that may have traction in 2020, as evident in several months of agitation by workers at Google and elsewhere.