By Benjamin Goad - 08/22/13 12:04 PM EDT
In other Dodd-Frank rulemaking news, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp announced plans to take up consideration of required “skin-in-the-game” regulations forcing banks to sharing a portion of the risk of loans on their books, according to Reuters.
A new RH Reality Check report concluded that increased abortion regulation isn’t necessary, The Atlantic Wire reports.
A set of proposals President Obama will lay out Thursday to make college more affordable includes a mix of legislative and regulatory actions, The New York Times reports.
Now on RegWatch:
Three consumer groups pressed the Obama administration to call for a global ban on a set of nine animal drugs.
The White House took up consideration of regulations seeking to close a “loophole” allowing for the sales of some machine guns and sawed-off shotguns.
A bipartisan letter to White House regulatory chief Howard Shelanski demanded more information about the decision to increase estimates for the “social cost of carbon.”
More than 5,000 people have weighed in on proposed regulations for hydraulic fracturing or “fracking” on public lands.
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