Friday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new protections for three Hawaiian plants.
A compromise chemical safety overhaul bill is nearly complete.
The court unanimously sided with the state of Montana.
Many people have not heard about the regulatory debate over ride-hailing companies.
The bill would give state and local governments the power to set school bathroom policies.
GOP lawmakers skipped the meeting.
The controversial rule requires companies to disclose their plans to block workers from organizing.
The EPA wants more ethanol and other biofuels in the nation's fuel supply.
The Speaker accused Obama of "rushing through regulations."
Thursday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new overtime protections.
Senate Republicans have been criticizing the VA for months.
The proposal will open the marketplace to new competition.
The SEC claims Mickelson made nearly $1 million from an illegal tip he received in 2012.
The Supreme Court gave the business a second chance to get EEOC to pay.
The Unified Agenda includes regulations on firearms and paid sick leave.
The bill rolls back some of the First Lady's prized school meal standards.
The labor rule would require companies to disclose plans to block unions from organizing.
Republicans on the committee say the agency overstepped its bounds.
The FCC's new database includes details on more than 489,000 consumer complaints.
The bill would change how the federal government writes future air pollution rules.
Dems are slamming the GOP for attaching policy riders to government funding bills.
Leading lawmakers say they're in the final stages of hammering out a compromise bill.
The regulation makes anyone earning up to $47,476 a year eligible for overtime pay.
Two top Dems say they are dropping support for a proposal to reform chemical safety laws.