Week in Review

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Senate hearing for Nuclear nominees, FCC eliminates broadcast signal rule, EPA approves Everglades clean up, and more.

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  • The White House announced an initiative to bolster broadband infrastructure development.
  • The Department of Homeland Security announced changes in U.S. immigration policy that will allow some undocumented immigrants to receive work permits and remain in the country.
  • President Obama’s nominee to lead the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said at a Senate confirmation hearing that the nuclear industry’s share of American electricity production could decline in coming years.
  • A Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory panel voted to recommend supported use of the first artificial heart value designed to be implanted without major surgery.
  • The Washington Post editorial board rejected JP Morgan Chase’s Jamie Dimon’s continued resistance to robust Volcker Rule.