The failed push has left gun control proponents in Congress dejected.
Fourteen House Democrats are pushing the Obama administration to swiftly finalize new regulations to prevent the emergence of drug-resistant “superbugs.”
The legislators told the White House in a letter on Tuesday that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) should quickly finalize regulations limiting the amount of antibiotics that can be given to farm animals in order to prevent the germs from growing immune to pharmaceuticals.
New regulations on healthcare, housing and halibut will be issued in the Federal Register on Wednesday.
Here’s a peek at what’s coming:
Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register will be an especially light one, with just a few new regulations coming out affecting the financial system and fishing.
Here's what's coming:
Regulations affecting protected animals and lamps’ energy conservation are on the way.
Here’s what’s waiting for Monday’s edition of the Federal Register:
Wind farms may obtain permits allowing incidental eagle kills for as long as 30 years.
This week's deadly crash in New York sparked new calls for the automated crash-aversion system.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) concluded that Sunday's Metro-North crash was "preventable."
Regulations for infant carriers, electric motors and nuclear fuel are all on the agenda for Friday’s version of the Federal Register.
Here’s a peek:
President Obama's former regulatory czar is seeking to dispel dueling narratives about the costs of regulation.