New research claims benefits of inversions often outweigh costs.
Federal highway authority calls for balancing public policy objectives with private investment.
Public fears of Ebola give health officials an opportunity to harness public attention for greater good.
Adoption of new model legislation could improve medical response to public health crises and disasters.
In its upcoming term, Supreme Court will decide key regulatory issues.
The Regulatory Week in Review: October 24, 2014 - http://t.co/836peOWnry
The FEC announces plans to remove some...
Supreme Court will decide key regulatory issues. #SCOTUS http://t.co/v2fuGhTozI
Recent study suggests U.S. corporations to continue moving overseas b/c benefits of #inversion often outweigh costs. http://t.co/r8HDz5to19
.@usedgov finalizes new standard of adverse credit history for Federal Direct PLUS loan applicants http://t.co/QI2WQLY7gT
Can fear help fight #Ebola? An opinion by Arden Rowell. via @RegBlog http://t.co/WOo8Akjt4h
.@usgao reports USDA should strenthen protects against Salmonella contamination in poultry products http://t.co/g2atbKSRu3
Corporate #inversions may be in the rise. http://t.co/fiVKCLN1GT via @RegBlog
The FEC announces plans to remove some campaign contribution limits, the CDC supplies grant money to fight Ebola, and more…
Jean Tirole wins the Nobel Prize, the Department of Defense releases a climate change response plan, and more…
By understanding key tradeoffs, federal agencies can enhance state participation in the regulatory process.
Proposed rule would require theaters to show movies with closed captioning and audio description for disabled patrons.