By Benjamin Goad - 07/05/13 12:10 PM EDT
South Korea, meanwhile, is lifting its ban on U.S. wheat after regulators in the country found no evidence of genetically modified grain in recent shipments, according to the Journal. The ban followed the discovery of unapproved genetically engineered wheat in Oregon.
A regulator’s deep ties to industry are not always bad, writes Ezra Klein in The Washington Post.
Industry pressure and a fast-approaching deadline led to this week’s surprise decision by the Obama administration to delay the employer mandate provision of the Affordable Care Act.
The fireworks industry called for less stringent regulations on the transport of pyrotechnics.
The Obama administration belatedly released its spring Unified Agenda, the document detailing its regulatory agenda for the coming months.
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