Groups worry the $16 billion deal might break promises about users' privacy.
The president's initiative in response to deadly Texas blast has been fraught with delays.
Industry groups have created a voluntary system, but the FDA is looking closely at the issue.
The consumer watchdog wants credit card companies to include reports on monthly statements.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) has fined Asiana Airlines $500,000 for failing to properly assist relatives of victims of its 2013 plane crash at the San Francisco International Airport, the agency announced on Tuesday.
The transportation department said Asiana failed to provide a toll-free number for relatives of passengers who were on its plane that crash landed last July to call and took as long as five days to contact them with updates on their family members.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said foreign airlines were held to the same standards for responding to major airplane crashes as U.S. companies.
The gun lobby has reportedly raised millions of dollars through the program.
Heitkamp wants more inspections of freight rail tracks in North Dakota after a high-profile train accident there last year.
Most people are also opposed to a federal ban, according to a new survey.
The recall triggered memories of the company's massive 2009 recalls that set Toyota back $2 billion.
The new guidelines seek to assuage banks wary of holding marijuana-linked money.