The Obama administration has neglected to release its regulatory agenda for the second year in a row, leaving businesses apprehensive and unprepared for new federal regulations.
President Barack Obama’s administration is unleashing a host of new regulations that are expected to add billions in compliance costs for American small businesses, according to a new report.
A new report released by the American Action Forum shows Obamacare has imposed $27.6 billion in new regulations. Most of the burden of these new regulations will fall on private entities: “at least $20.4 billion in lifetime costs on private entities and $7.2 billion in increased burdens on state budgets,” according to the report.
President Barack Obama used the power of regulation and stimulus to aid an early political supporter, according to the New York Times.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is gearing up to crackdown on alcohol abuse, the New York Post reports.
A nonprofit group has filed a lawsuit against the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for what it calls invasive and prohibitive restrictions on sperm donors.
“Flack checkers” at the University of Pennsylvania have called President Barack Obama’s assertion that he has supported less regulation than his predecessor one of the “worst [fibs] of 2012.”
Planned Parenthood is mounting a campaign to combat state laws in Tennessee, Michigan, and Pennsylvania designed to protect the health of women.
The Treasury Department is pushing for a new batch of regulations on money market mutual funds to dispel consumer notions that the funds are backed by a government guarantee—a notion created by a bailout forced on the industry against its wishes in 2008.