The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced it will hold a one-day seminar on October 20 focusing “exclusively on issues related” to the agency’s regulatory requirements for children’s pajamas.
Eyebrow threaders in Louisiana are filing a lawsuit against licensing requirements, according to the national public interest law firm Institute for Justice.
The Dodd-Frank financial reforms born out of the 2008 Great Recession have cost the average American household $310 annually, according to a new study.
The Department of Energy now has a specific regulation for wine refrigerators.
Government regulations are responsible for adding $84,671 to the final price of a new single-family home, according to a report from the National Association of Home Builders.
The cost of U.S. regulations is now larger than Germany’s economy, amounting to a $4 trillion loss to the American economy, according to a new study by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
The Department of Labor has proposed a rule that would restrict what advice a financial expert could give to employees, a move that would drive up costs and limit the types of retirement plans offered to those who work at small businesses, according to critics.
Senators on both sides of the aisle touted the benefits of reforming occupational licensing requirements at a Senate Judiciary hearing on Tuesday, saying the requirements kill jobs, increase income inequality, and reduce choice and innovation for consumers.
The Federal Aviation Administration’s regulation of commercial drones will likely prevent the United States from taking a bigger slice of what could be a $14 billion drone industry, according to a new report.