Regulatory News 2015

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Thank you to all our coalition members, allies and supporters for your hard work and solidarity over the past year. In 2015, CSS fought back against numerous anti-regulatory proposals in Congress, led the effort to keep dangerous policy riders out of the federal spending bill, defended regulatory safeguards in the media and built this website. In 2016, CSS will continue our efforts to stop legislation that would sabotage the regulatory process and undermine safeguards that protect us all. In addition, CSS will call on the White House to finalize forthcoming rules that Obama promised to issue before leaving office. See you in January!

2015 Year End Message

Regulatory News for the Week of May 4, 2015

The GOP’s Widening Effort to Stop Environmental Policies by Targeting Science

Midwest States Eye Carbon Trading to Meet EPA Targets

Perfect Nails, Poisoned Workers

Reform Advocates: Dodd-Frank Will Boost Economy by $2.9 Trillion

Oil Train Derails, Explodes in Flames in North Dakota; Nearby Town Evacuated

OSHA Rule to Protect Workers in Construction, Manufacturing Plagued by Delays

President Obama’s Pipeline Safety Agency Waits for a Leader

EPA Suggests Triggers for Warning of Algae in Drinking Water

Elizabeth Warren: Trade Bill Could “Tear Down” Wall Street Oversight

‘Flash Crash’ Overhaul Is Snarled in Red Tape

Details of the Debate in US States on Oil Drilling, Fracking

Feds to Require Climate Change Plans for States Seeking Disaster Relief

Labor Inches Forward with Overtime Regs

SEC Moves to Expand Executive Compensation Disclosure

Study: Cutting Carbon Dioxide Saves 3,500 US Lives a Year

The FCC’s Chairman Has a Killer Plan to Fight Its Net Neutrality Lawsuits

Schumer Wants Faster Oil Train Changes Than Obama

OSHA Moves to Protect Transgender Workers

Transportation Department Releases New Safety Rules for Oil by Rail

Push to Ban Recalled Rental Cars Renewed

How Can Regulation Reduce the Risks of Fracking

The Uphill Battle to Better Regulate Formaldehyde

F.E.C. Can’t Curb 2016 Election Abuse, Commission Chief Says

Health Experts Angry FDA Still Doesn’t Regulate E-Cigarettes

Bankrupt W.Va. Spill Company Offers $2.7M for Victims

Regulatory News for the Week of May 4, 2015