The ruling is a setback for American families who have been in court for years.
A look at tomorrow's Federal Register today.
It takes the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau an average of 197 days to complete a regulation.
The cigar guidelines address the health warnings manufacturers must place on their products.
The next administration's Justice Department will take over the case.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals argues the FTC Act grants an exception.
The FDA would like to initially lower the level of sodium consumption to 3,000 mg.
A Democrat is pressing financial regulators over a Dodd-Frank rule that bans proprietary trading.
Tuesday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for foreign entrepreneurs seeking...
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Schultz opposes the ban on gay men donating blood and transgender bathroom laws.
Monday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new emissions guidelines for trash.
A report found less than a third of inmates complete re-entry programs.
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The Bureau of Land Management may begin conducting lease sales through online auctions.
Wednesday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new restrictions on opioid drugs.
Groups including the Human Rights Watch and NAACP want stricter reporting.
A Virginia school board is making the request.
Seventy-six waivers have already been granted to the new rule, which went into effect Monday.
Under the agreements, the U.S. provides foreign workers with information on labor laws.
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The EPA has previously attempted to ban asbestos.
Large vehicles would be equipped with electronic devices that limit their speed.
The National Association of Fixed Annuities says the feds exceeded their authority.