Fourteen House members are pressing to keep processed Chinese chicken out of the U.S.
A handful of new rules and regulations for truckers, gas refineries and credit unions are set to come out on Thursday.
Here’s a look at what’s coming:
Lobbyists are minting money from the surge in government regulations.
A perceived veil of secrecy at the White House’s powerful regs office may be lifting.
The conservative think tank said the rules give the government undue control.
Some want the Education Dept. to finalize the contentious regulations; others want a rewrite.
Republicans want to know what the agency spent on a failed effort to issue smog standards.
The federal review related to April’s deadly fertilizer plant blast in Texas is overdue.
Banks and other financial institutions should let the public know if they are paying colleges and universities to be able to market debit cards, accounts and other products to students, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The financial watchdog called on companies to disclose their relationships with schools to better inform students about the financial products they’re being offered.
Federal agencies and advisory committees are going to get together in December and throughout the new year.
Here are the new meeting announcements: