News bites: Crucial day for Obama’s regulatory policy

The Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) rejected Prudential Financial’s appeal of its “systemically important” label, according to Reuters.

Few regulations are less popular with corporate America than the Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposal requiring firms to disclose information about executive pay, according to Time.
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The Produce Marketing Association weighed in on new draft regulations for food imports.

Lawmakers urged financial regulators to name names in the SEC’s “London whale" case against JPMorgan Chase.

The Food and Drug Administration announced a major step toward new regulations for cigarettes.

Congressional Democrats launched a new legislative push for new food labeling regulations.

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