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The Obama administration solicited public input on the United States’ trade posture with Japan.

The Food and Drug Administration ordered new warning labels on tanning beds.

The Federal Housing Finance Agency issued tightened restrictions on government-backed mortgages.

The SEC charged Harrisburg, Pa., with securities fraud.

A former director of the Congressional Budget Office called the Heritage Foundation’s immigration study “mystifying.”

The Obama administration adopted stricter record keeping rules for the livestock industry.

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