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Week in Review

Appeals court bars investors, Senate confirms SEC chair, and more

Patent Trolls: No Fairytale Ending in Sight?

Debate rages on as Congress considers legislation to solve this problem.

Week in Review

FDA backs off graphic warnings labels on cigarettes, CFPB warns banks on indirect auto lending, and more.

Decreasing the Deficit by Shifting Tax Enforcement

GAO report claims the IRS could significantly increase revenues with better enforcement.

Making Decisions without All the Answers

Institute of Medicine report describes how the EPA should confront uncertainty.

GAO Calls on Agencies to Respond to All Comments

Report advocates for a better use of public input.

FTC Staff Report Outlines Best Practices for Mobile App Industry

Agency provides disclosure guidelines to protect consumer privacy.

FCC Considers Regulating Interstate Inmate Calling Service

FCC seeks public comment as it considers new regulations.

The Inextricable Nexus of Energy and Water Resources

GAO advocates coordinated regulation of water and energy sectors.

Week in Review

Legislators seek answers on meningitis outbreak, business groups sue SEC over Dodd-Frank disclosure rule, and more.

Report Highlights Difficulties with Regulating Federal Grants

GAO identifies oversight challenges in administering federal grants to state and local governments.

Week in Review

Goldman CEO says stricter regs are necessary, FDA studies arsenic levels in rice, and more.