Week in Review

This Week in Regulation

EPA announces repeal of the Clean Power Plan, President Trump signs an EO to provide “Obamacare relief,” and more…

This Week in Regulation

New CFPB rule protects customers with short-term loans, EPA reportedly fails to follow a deadline on ozone standards, and more…

The Regulatory Week in Review: September 29, 2017

Trump Administration temporarily waives Jones Act, London does not renew Uber’s operating license, and more…

The Regulatory Week in Review: September 22, 2017

Court upholds Seattle “use of force” rule, Sierra Club sues EPA for withholding information, and more…

The Regulatory Week in Review: September 15, 2017

The Supreme Court says the travel ban can prevent certain refugees from entering the U.S., Senator Bernie Sanders introduces a health care bill, and more…

The Regulatory Week in Review: September 8, 2017

Trump Administration to end DACA, House passes bill to regulate self-driving cars, and more…

The Regulatory Week in Review: September 1, 2017

The CFS sues the USDA for its failure to comply with food labeling law, the ACLU sues the Trump Administration over transgender ban, and more….

The Regulatory Week in Review: August 25, 2017

D.C. Circuit rejects FERC’s approval of three pipelines, EEOC must reconsider a regulation allowing employers to fine employees not participating in wellness programs, and more…

The Regulatory Week in Review: August 18, 2017

Trump issues Executive Order repealing Obama-era floodplain regulation, D.C. Circuit concludes DOE followed NEPA regulations, and more…

The Regulatory Week in Review: August 11, 2017

Agencies withdraw rule requiring sleep apnea tests for truck drivers, D.C. Circuit rules EPA cannot regulate use of HFCs, and more…

The Regulatory Week in Review: August 4, 2017

The D.C. Circuit rules in favor of the Obama Administration’s methane rule, the Senate passes an FDA funding bill, and more…

The Regulatory Week in Review: July 28, 2017

Senate opens debate on Affordable Care Act, House passes resolution to override CFPB rule, and more…