An SEC Commissioner and former Chief Economist explain the role of economic analysis in rulemaking.
Water-related international agreements represent a key source of untapped regulatory potential.
Conflating testing and evaluation with education standards threatens Common Core.
Disputes about the limits of executive power cannot be productively resolved by appeals to the Constitution.
Black lung disease is increasing, but fewer miners can successfully claim benefits.
See what happened in regulatory news this week on @RegBlog - http://t.co/j0yojnfkIL
.@uscensusbureau issues rule allowing communication of export data of private companies between agencies http://t.co/WcfaroPrfE
.@BofA_News reaches nearly $17 billion settlement with @TheJusticeDept related to its role in the financial crisis http://t.co/HrvkBBhmMP
.@EconomicPolicy releases report, claims potential new overtime rules could see 6 million more people qualify for OT http://t.co/6UdAwouUx5
.@HUDgov publishes list of federal properties that it has identified as suitable to help the homeless population http://t.co/EjidiZ2mTx
The @USDOTFRA revises regulations for railroads used by freight trains, adding some exceptions to requirements http://t.co/4GcYcVwG5v
In response to court decision, @SEC_News begins economic analysis much earlier in rulemaking process, via @RegBlog http://t.co/qpPdJcEkjL
The DOD defends transfers of extra military gear to police forces, the DOJ plans to revise procedures for no-fly list removal, and more ….
President Obama proclaims the week National Health Center Week,
the CFPB issues its first consumer advisory on virtual currencies, and more…
When it comes to brokering settlements, presidential power may need to be regulated.
Official from oversight agency recommends greater effort to protect federal facilities from climate change damage.