The Supreme Court’s 2014-15 regulatory decisions affected environmental law, employment discrimination, and public safety.
In letter to court, states claim that a tweet proves the EPA has made up its mind.
Data show a fifteen percent increase in toxic chemicals released from 2012 to 2013.
FCC Chair emphasizes need for increased consumer choice in the years to come.
Congressional watchdog declares that proposed regulations are not subject to CRA.
White House report claims costs of delaying action on climate change are high.
Traditional forms of analysis may underestimate unemployment costs, skewing cost-benefit analysis of regulations.
Proposed e-reporting rule aims to improve water quality, save money.
Some cockpit displays may fail because of Wi-Fi interference.