Week-in-Review

Week In Review

The Census Bureau asks for state drivers’ license information, the Trump Administration lifts a logging ban in Alaska, and more…

Week in Review

President Trump restricts agencies from issuing guidance documents, immigrants must prove they have healthcare to enter the US, and more…

Week in Review

Federal court rules affirmative action at Harvard is constitutional, net neutrality rollback survives judicial challenge, and more…

Week in Review

Labor Department raises overtime pay cap, Third Circuit strikes down FCC regulation of media ownership, and more…

Week in Review

The Trump Administration seeks to prevent California from setting its own automobile standards, the FCC approves a merger that will create the largest television broadcaster in the United States, and more…

Week in Review

The EPA loosens Clean Water Act regulations, attorneys general investigate Google for possible antitrust violations, and more…

Week in Review

Google pays $170 million COPPA fine, the Education Department finalizes debt relief rule changes, and more…

Week in Review

A coalition of states challenge the new DHS rule that upends the Flores settlement, the NLRB rules that misclassifying workers does not violate federal labor law, and more…

Week in Review

DHS modifies child detention policies, Planned Parenthood quits Title X, and more…

Week in Review

DHS issues public charge rule, Interior plans to streamline Endangered Species Act, and more…

Week in Review

The U.S. Treasury designates China a currency manipulator, the Senate proposes a bipartisan gun control bill, and more…

Week in Review

Democratic presidential candidates debate regulatory policy, DOJ approves Sprint–T-Mobile, and more…