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The Trump Effect: Business, Anticipating Less Regulation, Loosens Purse Strings

But in the administration and across the business community, there is a perception that years of increased environmental, financial and other regulatory oversight by the Obama administration dampened investment and job creation — and that Mr. Trump’s more hands-off approach has unleashed the “animal spirits” of companies that had hoarded cash after the recession of 2008.Some businesses will essentially be able to get away with shortcuts that they could not have under a continuation of Obama-era policies. The coal industry, for instance, will not have to worry about a regulation, overturned by Congress and Mr. […]

Right and Left React to the Turmoil at the Consumer Finance Watchdog

The political news cycle is fast, and keeping up can be overwhelming. Trying to find differing perspectives worth your time is even harder. That’s why we have scoured the internet for political writing from the right and left that you might not have seen.Has this series exposed you to new ideas? Tell us how. Email us at [email protected] an archive of all the Partisan Writing Roundups, check out Our Picks.From the RightPhotoMick Mulvaney after visiting the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Monday.Credit Alex Wong/Getty ImagesAdam White in Notice & Comment: “It seems fitting that Cordray would leave behind himself a cloud of appointment-related controversy, given the circumstances of his original unconstitutional appointment.” Mr […]

2 Bosses Show Up to Lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Yet the judge remarked that he was essentially being asked by Deepak Gupta, Ms. English’s lawyer, to overrule the president’s power to appoint a new director.Newsletter Sign UpContinue reading the main storyGet the Morning Briefing by EmailWhat you need to know to start your day, delivered to your inbox Monday through Friday.Thank you for subscribing.An error has occurred […]

Feds to remove regulations on self-driving cars and ban States from putting them back

It’s all in the interest of “speeding self-driving cars to market.” […]

Your organic milk might contain algae and fish oil

Millions and millions of gallons of organic milk contain industrial-brewed ingredients to beef up nutritional values. […]

Pickup trucks and SUVs are taking over the world

Good luck decarbonizing in this environment. […]

America Has No Appetite For Animal Cruelty

The recent public outcry around the USDA‘s removal of animal welfare violation records from its website reinforces a clear truth: Americans are united in their opposition to animal cruelty, and they want more – not less – information on how animals are protected in our society. But when it comes to farm animals, the blocking of vital information – whether on the USDA website or in the form of anti-whistleblower state “ag-gag” bills across the country – doesn’t just happen through government. It also happens in local supermarkets, where information about the treatment of farm animals raised for meat, milk and egg products is actively hidden behind misleading and meaningless food labels. Consumers Care About Welfare A recent national survey, commissioned by the ASPCA, found that more than three in four consumers are concerned about the welfare of animals raised for food. Seventy-four percent are paying more attention to the labels that indicate how farm animals were treated than they were just five years ago. Unfortunately, these labels don’t meet consumers’ common sense expectations. For example, sixty-five percent of consumers we surveyed believe the term “free-range” ensures that the animal spent most of its time in a pasture when, in reality, there is no legal definition of that term for pork, beef or dairy products. For poultry products, the size, duration, and quality of birds’ outdoor experiences on “free range” farms is not defined. In some facilities, these “free-range” chickens spend most of their lives indoors. […]