Bloomberg Law
June 30, 2020, 4:08 PMUpdated: June 30, 2020, 9:13 PM

White House Debuts New Regulatory Playbook After Virus Delay (2)

Cheryl Bolen
Cheryl Bolen
White House Reporter
Jacquie Lee
Jacquie Lee

A comprehensive list of all regulations federal agencies plan to advance or cut over the next year was released by the White House Office of Management and Budget, revealing some surprise upcoming labor and environmental moves.

The mandatory report to Congress, known as the unified regulatory agenda and made public Tuesday, details an array of new regulatory and deregulatory proposals agencies will push through early 2021. It includes a major new proposal on worker classification, one on pay-data reporting for companies, and coming regulations on PFAS, a class of compounds known as “forever chemicals” that have been linked to numerous ...

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