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The Regulatory Week in Review: April 17, 2015

Apr 17, 2015 Week in Review

Regulatory reform bills advance past a key House Committee, twelve states sue the EPA over a climate change rule, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: April 10, 2015

Apr 10, 2015 Week in Review

President Obama calls for an end to LBGT conversion therapy, Rand Paul announces his presidential bid, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: April 3, 2015

Apr 3, 2015 Week in Review

The Obama administration reaches an agreement with Iran on limiting its nuclear program, the SEC issues a rule making capital more..

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The Regulatory Week in Review: March 27, 2015

Mar 27, 2015 Week in Review

The Obama administration releases fracking rules, an industry group sues the FCC over net neutrality, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: March 20, 2015

Mar 20, 2015 Week in Review

President Obama cuts greenhouse emissions from federal sources, the Senate holds a hearing on improving federal regulatory procedures, and..

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The Regulatory Week in Review: March 13, 2015

Mar 13, 2015 Week in Review

The Supreme Court revives an appeal over contraception under Obamacare, three Senators introduce a federal medical marijuana bill, and..

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The Regulatory Week in Review: March 6, 2015

Mar 6, 2015 Week in Review

The Senate Judiciary Committee approves Loretta Lynch for Attorney General, the EPA approves new climate-friendly refrigerants, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: February 27, 2015

Feb 27, 2015 Week in Review

The FCC votes for net neutrality, President Obama vetoes the Keystone XL Pipeline bill, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: February 20, 2015

Feb 20, 2015 Week in Review

A federal judge halts President Obama's immigration plan, the FAA announces rules for commercial drone use, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: February 13, 2015

Feb 13, 2015 Week in Review

President Obama proposes a new way to regulate food, the House votes to require federal agencies to measure regulatory costs, and more...

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