The Regulatory Week in Review: June 27, 2014
- The U.S. Department of Commerce issued a ruling permitting two companies to ship lightly processed crude oil abroad, potentially opening the door for more U.S. oil exports.
- A U.S. District Court judge in Oregon ruled that the process behind No Fly List is unconstitutional and in need of reform.
- The Supreme Court issued a decision that may restrict some investors’ ability to form class actions in securities fraud cases.
- The Department of Education issued a proposal rule to redefine the term “reservation” for the American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services program.
- The Office of Personnel Management issued a proposal to redefine “spouse” under the Family and Medical Leave Act as a result of the Supreme Court striking down the Defense of Marriage Act.