By Benjamin Goad - 03/05/13 01:31 PM EST
Japanese regulators will require “several steps” be taken before approving Boeing’s propose batter fix for its grounded 787 Dreamliners, according to Reuters.
Highlights from yesterday’s RegWatch:
A housing policy coalition warned regulators against stringent new down payment requirements for borrowers.
The Federal Railroad Administration announced plans to begin testing train conductors for non-controlled substances following wrecks.
The Food and Drug Administration warned consumers about a crop of new “miracle drugs” for weight loss and sexual performance.
The Commerce Department rejected an Arab-American group’s petition for inclusion in programs meant to aid disadvantaged minority businesses.
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