Friday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for animal researchers, natural gas...
The federal rulemaking process is coming under new scrutiny in the Senate.
The GOP presidential hopeful has ripped the court over a pair of recent rulings.
Industry and public interest groups take issue with some parts of the conditions.
The Senate isn't going as far as the House, which would temporarily block the rules.
Three House Democrats want to change the way sex education is taught in schools.
Thursday's edition of the Federal Register contains new tax rules for disguised payments, pipeline...
The proposed deal is worth an estimated $48 billion.
The six-year highway bill seeks to lower a key Federal Reserve interest rate.
The NFIB is organizing the fly-in lobbying day on Thursday.
The expanded regs are intended to protect military families from predatory lenders.
"[Y]ou'd still have institutions that are too big to fail," the former lawmaker said.
Some regulations may actually induce more health loss than health gains.
The company received criticism for claiming the discounts aimed at helping smaller companies.
The bill to keep states from issuing mandatory labeling laws will be voted on Thursday.
He said the $15 minimum is needed "from coast to coast."
Democrats say the measure "tries to dismantle Wall Street reforms."
The National Wildlife Federation commissioned the poll.
Sens. James Lankford and Heidi Heitkamp are introducing a package of regulatory reform bills.
The fight over the law is far from over.
Municipal bond advocates are pressing lawmakers to preserve their tax exempt status.
The lawsuit asks the court to require EPA to regulate spills at industrial facilities.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) and Rep. Luke Messer (R-Ind.) spoke at the event.
The bill would create a new bankruptcy chapter for financial corporations.