OMB released its fall version of the Unified Agenda just before Thanksgiving.
New regulations for energy efficiency, wildlife and buildings will be published on Thursday.
Here’s what’s going on:
Environmental organizations are telling the Obama administration how it should write guidance for some hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, operations.
Ahead of Thanksgiving last week, representatives from five environmental and government watchdog groups met with White House and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials to discuss the new guidance for fracking efforts that involve diesel.
Chamber of Commerce chief Tom Donohue announced new efforts to curb the flow of rules.
Long-awaiting regulations on mad cow disease, falconry and drug compounding will be issued in Wednesday’s edition of the Federal Register.
Here’s a peek at what’s on the way:
E-cigarette firms and cigar trade groups are pushing back against expanded FDA oversight.
The agency had weighed regulations requiring companies to disclose certain campaign spending.
Financial regulators are finalizing guidance for banks’ stress tests. Federal energy watchdogs are beefing up standards against cyberattacks to the country’s electric infrastructure. And 11 types of tarantula could be headed to the endangered species list.
Here’s a look at the new regulations slated to be published on Tuesday:
New labeling requirements would reflect a change in course for the British government.
Change in Senate's filibuster rules should make it easier to fill key agency positions.