Two-thirds of people in the United States say the Obama administration's regulations are created by "out-of-touch" officials who do not consider the "real-world impact" of their rules, a new survey from a business group found.
Prosecutors allege more than 660,000 background checks were not sufficiently reviewed.
Financial institutions are pressing Congress and regulators to scale back sweeping new rules.
The head of the business lobby said "misguided government policies" have hurt growth.
The move comes amid mounting pressure from advocates for greater disclosure of genetically engineered ingredients.
The company is settling charges of unfair billing tactics and deceptive marketing.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) said the FTC should launch an investigation.
The California Democrat said she believes the FDA has authority to require labeling.
Public interest groups fear TTIP could weaken an array of safeguards.
The Department of Transportation is shutting down 52 bus companies as part of a crackdown on safety that has been dubbed “Operation Quick Strike,” the agency announced.
The crack was carried out by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), which said it spent eight months investigating bus companies that were suspected of violating safety rules.