Justices will hear arguments in a case that could change the rule-making process.
Ryan is making the case that the nation's poor are the real victims of Washington's red tape.
Bloomberg is pulling the trigger on an effort to mobilize voters who back gun control.
Once again, the administration is releasing its Unified Agenda on cusp of a holiday weekend.
The agency has not committed to mandatory reporting regulations.
Fresh off a two-week spring break, Congress returns this week to tackle a full slate of regulatory...
Rubio says the budget would keep in check costs associated with regulations.
His budget contains hundreds of millions of dollars to further regulatory initiatives.
The DOE is revising its regulations for walk-in coolers, freezers and commercial boilers.
The legislation cites states' Tenth Amendment rights
The agency's view of how looming regulations would affect farmers has "evolved," officials said.
The draft regulations are meant to rein in market speculation.
The majority leader's September agenda seeks to clamp down on federal rulemaking.
The 2015 Interior and Environment appropriations bill is full of language blocking new regs.
A federal court tossed out the first draft, saying the SEC went too far.
Agencies are poised to announce 199 new regulations, proposed rules and other administrative...
Sen. Boxer is pointing to figures showing one in five female college students is assaulted.
The bipartisan group asked whether additional legislation would impact the FDA's regulatory...
The White House’s regulatory chief will appear before a Senate panel next week, as lawmakers take...
The action would cut consumer costs, while slashing emissions, according to the agency.
House Republicans say one government agency is working in the shadows.
The legislation, penned by Rep. Kevin Brady, is among a raft of bills offered by Republicans to...
Agency officials point to "Mother-may-I meetings" with the White House.
Despite an unproductive Congress, Republicans tout their efforts to stop Obama's rulemaking power.