News bites: ‘dark pool’ concerns prompt meeting between CEOs, regulators

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On the heels of a GAO report finding billions of dollars of duplicative spending, the White house said President Obama’ is proposing $25 billion in cuts, consolidations, to be unveiled Wednesday.

Obama’s pick to head the Office of Management and Budget was grilled Tuesday over her regulatory agenda.

Sylvia Burwell was also pressed by a coalition of unions and watchdog groups to increase transparency in the rule-making process.

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission moved forward with a new rule meant to improve safety during blackouts at reactors.

The Transportation Department’s top lawyer took a job at Delta.

Nonreligious groups criticized Obama’s contraception coverage mandate as too weak.

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