The Regulatory Week in Review: October 4, 2013
- OIRA Administrator Howard Shelanski said the government shutdown might stall the agency’s reduction of backlogged rules.
- Federal and state officials said that the “visits to their exchanges was greater than anticipated” as health insurance exchanges open.
- The United States and ninety United Nations members signed the first treaty regulating the global arms trade.
- A New Jersey court found that same sex couples must be permitted to marry.
- The global airline industry backed the global regulation of its carbon dioxide emissions to avoid patchwork regulation.