The Obama Administration continues to issue regulations despite political risks, The Fed considers abandoning some consumer protection rules, and more…
- The Obama Administration continued issuing regulations despite political risks for Congressional Democrats.
- The Federal Reserve considered abandoning some credit card consumer protection rules, citing Dodd-Frank.
- The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission‘s use of administrative proceedings was challenged by two defendants.
- President Obama pursued a politically binding global climate deal.
- Goldman Sachs agreed to pay a $3.15 billion settlement and buy back bonds from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
- Food companies tried to beat an FDA push to make the presence of chemicals in food more transparent.
- Governor Bobby Jindal sued the federal government over Common Core academic standards and tests.