News bites: ObamaCare fix falls to regulators

President Obama is under fire for his decision to move forward unilaterally on another Affordable Care Act change, RegWatch reports.

The proposal worries insurers and state insurance regulators, who say it could undermine the market needed for ObamaCare to thrive, according to The New York Times.

China is easing its decades old one-child policy, according to USA Today.

The push for regulation is catching up with electronic cigarettes, The Chicago Tribune reports.

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau warned the auto lending industry against discriminatory policies.

The Government Accountability Office called on the Transportation Security Administration to curtail spending on its behavioral screening program.

Republicans claimed ObamaCare is hurting education in the United States.

The Federal Communications Commission loosened rules on TV and radio ownership.

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