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The Regulatory Week in Review: October 1, 2015

Oct 1, 2015 Week in Review

President Obama authorizes FAA funding but may veto the DOD's spending bill, the EPA updates its worker protection standard, and more...


The FDA’s Sweet Proposal on Food Labels

Oct 1, 2015 News

The FDA has proposed adding to product labels daily percentages for added sugars.

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How Philadelphia Ensured Public Safety During the Pope’s Visit

Sep 30, 2015 News

The Pope did not have to worry about his safety in the City of Brotherly Love last weekend.

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Should Congress Simplify Regulation of Higher Education?

Sep 29, 2015 Analysis

Senate-sponsored task force urges streamlined approach to the regulation of higher education.

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Report Shines Light on Regulatory Burden on University Research

Sep 28, 2015 Opinion

Recommendations in National Academy of Sciences report may lead to smarter regulation of research.

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The Regulatory Week in Review: September 25, 2015

Sep 25, 2015 Week in Review

The DOJ launched an investigation of Volkswagen, the Obama administration announced steps to expedite infrastructure projects, and more...


Federal Agency Tackles Discrimination in Health Care

Sep 24, 2015 News

A proposed rule would offer patients protection from certain types of discrimination.

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Recreational Drones Present Enforcement Issues for FAA

Sep 23, 2015 News

Agency seeks to crack down on rogue drone operators in the face of limited legal authority and resources.

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The Marijuana Industry’s Access to Banks

Sep 22, 2015 Analysis

Legal scholar offers solutions to regulatory obstacles preventing businesses from using financial institutions.

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Crowds May Cause New End to the Appalachian Trail

Sep 21, 2015 News

State park officials consider re-routing the Appalachian Trail away from Mount Katahdin in response to growing crowds.

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