The National Restaurant Association is blasting new regulations as executive overreach.
The Labor Department expects to issue a final rule next week.
The Speaker derided the rise of "arrogant agencies" in Washington.
The contentious study is fodder for Republicans targeting Obama's regulatory agenda.
The poultry giant's actions go beyond FDA requirements.
The industry is “filled with promise and threat” to public health, the group says.
Electronic cigarettes could "turn back the clock," advocates say.
The Economic Policy Institute says the forthcoming rule will help women and minorities.
Groups are pressuring the CFPB to rein in the industry with tough regulations.
The draft regulations are the latest in a series of initiatives targeting contractors.
The Supreme Court last year invalidated a trio of Obama's appointments to the board.
Forthcoming rule could cost the economy $3.4 trillion and millions of jobs, a study finds.
The pay hike applies to thousands of companies with federal contracts.
The agency said its thinking "evolved" on how the regs would impact farmers.
“Consumers will not be bamboozled by tricky tactics,” Richard Cordray told industry leaders.
The regulations are meant to help prevent a repeat of the economic crisis.
Officials said the partnership would lower the cost of international business.
The action follows a scandal over patient wait times for veterans nationwide.
Union officials are up in arms over the NFL's request of payment from would-be performers.
Sen. Harkin and Rep. DeLauro say rules requiring counts on restaurant menus fall short.
The Obama administration is weighing unilateral action on "inversions."
The FDA should not wait for regulations to be finalized, the lawmakers say.
The company was accused of overcharging the government over a decade.
A new executive order is meant to improve conditions for workers.