For the fourth time, Secretary of Labor nominee Andrew Puzder’s hearing before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee has been postponed, this time indefinitely, according to Politico.  The Wall Street Journal reports the postponement  is the result of “persistent questions about his ethics and financial paperwork” and that the hearing will not be rescheduled until the HELP Committee receives Puzder’s filing with the Office of Government Ethics.

The hearing was scheduled to take place on February 7, after having been postponed from January 17 and February 2.