News bites: Regulators struggle to draft calorie labeling rules

A new survey finds finance executives are finding it increasingly difficult to keep up with the speed of regulation, The Wall Street Journal reports (subscription required).

The Federal Reserve is shifting its focus to jobs, according to The Washington Post.

The Securities and Exchange Commission is taking on the “godfather” of mortgage-backed securities, The New York Post reports.

In case you missed yesterday’s RegWatch:

Regulators charged the state of Illinois with securities fraud.

Time is growing short to comment on President Obama’s individual mandate.

President Obama’s nominee to head the SEC vowed ‘unrelenting’ Wall Street enforcement.

Pharmacies pushed back against a call for new regulations following reports on this year’s meningitis outbreak.

Lawmakers objected to the TSA’s new policy allowing knives on planes.

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