News bites: War of words in JPMorgan’s settlement talks with regulators

JPMorgan chase is haggling with regulators over the language of a settlement with regulators that would end investigations into the banks activities in 2008, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The Obama administration is easing longstanding “use it or lose it” healthcare regulations, according to RegWatch.

A federal court ruled that Texas’ tough new abortion regulations would remain in place during an ongoing appeals process, The Washington Post reports.

The House voted to repeal components of the Dodd-Frank Act, in the face of White House opposition,” according to The New York Times.

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The Chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) appealed for more funding to keep up with the agency’s expanding mission.

The Agriculture Department issued regulations to crack down on food stamp fraud.

The Food and Drug Administration proposed regulations meant to combat drug shortages.

The government shutdown delayed the Federal Election Commission’s decision on whether to allow virtual bitcoins in federal campaign spending.

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