News bites: ObamaCare regs have required scores of corrections

The Obama administration has issued 33 sets of corrections for 104 rules published under the Affordable Care Act, The National Journal reports.

The American Food industry appears ready to push for voluntary labeling standards for genetically engineered foods, according to RegWatch.

President Obama says increased funding is needed for the cash-strapped Commodity Futures Trading Commission, The Hill's On The Money blog reports.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) says banking regulations are stifling economic growth, according to Newsmax.

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The head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau faced a grilling on the agency’s data collection practices.

Hopes have risen for a deal on legislation to reform the nation’s chemical safety policy.

Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas) accused the Environmental Protection Agency of trying to exert control over all U.S. waters.

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