House Majority Leader McCarthy offers preview of next year's agenda.
Republicans are citing their opposition to federal red tape early and often on the trail.
Legislation introduced Wednesday would transfer its responsibility to other agencies.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro says the measure will help combat the nation's obesity epidemic.
The Indiana governor wants lawmakers to block new power plant rules.
The measure would create a new commission tasked with slashing red tape.
California lawmakers are proposing the creation of a "gun-violence prevention warrant."
Products in wide use around the world remain banned in the U.S.
Legislation would require federal studies to assess the cost to employers.
Seven lawmakers urged a top Obama administration official to provide clearer rules for wiping out...
A new bill would ensure survivor benefits nationwide.
The bill will allow guns in schools, churches, and government buildings.
The administration issued rules Friday aiming to reduce sexual assault on college campuses.
Rep. Honda's bill would apply gun regulations, background checks to homemade firearms.
The idea that agencies should look at distributional impacts of their regulations is not new.
House appropriators approved legislation that would block a host of EPA regulations.
The Interior Department spending bill would block funding for a rule to restrict imports and trade.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said he hoped President Obama would work with Republicans on a...
He has introduced bills that would deny Congress the power to regulate political spending.
House Republicans face opposition in their bid to roll back standards.
Legislation would establish a BRAC-like commission to target out-of-date regs.
Effort would protect decommissioning plants from terror strikes, accidents, lawmakers say.
Companies would be required to make "reasonable accomodations" allowing expecting worlers to stay...
Though a current bill is stalled in the House, some in the GOP are still pushing reform.