Obama had recently stated that legalization initiatives should go forward.
The Republican wants the Justice Department to turn over documents by Valentine's Day.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) has approved vehicle-to-vehicle communication systems that advocates say will reduce the number of auto accidents in the U.S.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced the decision on Monday, saying that allowing vehicles to become more connected was a safety jump in line with the introduction of the seat belts or air bags generations ago.
"Vehicle-to-vehicle technology represents the next generation of auto safety improvements, building on the life-saving achievements we've already seen with safety belts and air bags," Foxx said in a statement. "By helping drivers avoid crashes, this technology will play a key role in improving the way people get where they need to go while ensuring that the U.S. remains the leader in the global automotive industry."
The fuel cells are used to power portable electronic devices on airplanes.
The Coalition for Sensible Safeguards, a liberal public interest group, is calling on the Obama administration to push through a series of consumer and environmental protections in the wake of Tuesday’s State of the Union address.
President Obama, in recent weeks, has pledged repeatedly to use the full force of his office in the coming year to act where Congress will not.
Obama will announce an increase to $10.10 per hour during State of the Union.
Obama is expected to make his case for executive action on a number of fronts.
President Obama's effort to reduce redundant regulations and cut red tape has been a failure, according to a conservative think tank.
The American Action Forum (AAF) released a study that found the deregulatory order President...
The company performed background checks for Edward Snowden and Aaron Alexis.