Regulation of greenhouse gas emissions may proceed by linking together multiple national cap-and-trade systems.
State and federal policymakers are scrutinizing regulations for the costs they may impose on the recovering economy.
The Supreme Court decides that federal statutes preempt state lawsuits over vaccinations.
Two clinical testing laboratories may now merge after judges reject the FTC’s arguments for blocking the merger.
New legislation increases safety responsibilities of the FDA and food importers.
Senator proposes legislation to require cost-benefit analysis and steps for issuing non-binding guidance.
EPA and the EU differ over how to respect confidential business information while enforcing environmental regulation.
Justice Department decides whether to allow online search giant to buy leading travel search provider.
The federal government may contribute fees to Philadelphia to limit stormwater runoff to sewers.
President Obama’s new Executive Order stresses analysis of equity issues in rulemaking, in addition to calling for a review of existing regulation.
President Obama and Republican leaders debate health care, environmental regulation, and other regulatory issues.
The Internet has not made the government more democratic, at least not yet.