News bites: Turning page from healthcare, Obama mulls new exec orders

The White House is preparing to announce several executive actions involving workplace skills and public-private partnerships as the president turns his focus to the economy, The Wall Street Journal reports.

International airline regulators are likely to follow the United States in allowing the expanded use of electronic devices on planes, according to The Washington Post.

Representatives of the e-cigarette industry are flying into D.C. this week to make their case against overly restrictive regulations on the burgeoning industry, RegWatch reports.

Former Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) Chairwoman Sheila Bair is imploring regulators not to “eviscerate” new mortgage regulations, the Journal reports.

New robocall regulations are expected to generate a flood of new class action lawsuits against telemarketing firms, according to RegWatch.

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