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The Regulatory Week in Review: October 31, 2014

Oct 31, 2014 Week in Review

The Fed announces new capital requirements and stress test rules, the FCC explores options for web-based TV services, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: October 24, 2014

Oct 24, 2014 Week in Review

The FEC announces plans to remove some campaign contribution limits, the CDC supplies grant money to fight Ebola, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: October 17, 2014

Oct 17, 2014 Week in Review

Jean Tirole wins the Nobel Prize, the Department of Defense releases a climate change response plan, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: October 10, 2014

Oct 10, 2014 Week in Review

State Department revises Exchange Visitor Program requirements, EPA extends comment period on water rule, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: Friday, October 3, 2014

Oct 3, 2014 Week in Review

California bans plastic bags, the USDA announces more funding for SNAP, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: September 26, 2014

Sep 26, 2014 Week in Review

The White House moves forward on a federal minimum wage rule, The Treasury Department addresses corporate inversions, Eric Holder announces..

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The Regulatory Week in Review: September 19th, 2014

Sep 19, 2014 Week in Review

The SEC issues news Dodd-Frank rules for credit rating agencies, the FCC announces a forthcoming text-to-911 service, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: September 12, 2014

Sep 12, 2014 Week in Review

The CFPB previews a new set of mortgage-related regulations, a new press regulator begins its work in the UK, and more...

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The Regulatory Week in Review: September 5, 2014

Sep 5, 2014 Week in Review

The New York Attorney General investigates banks' lending practices, The Sun Foundation reviews public comments on the FCC's net neutrality..

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The Regulatory Week in Review: August 29, 2014

Aug 29, 2014 Week in Review

The Obama Administration continues to issue regulations despite political risks, The Fed considers abandoning some consumer protection..

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