Federal Regulation

Some articles on federal regulation, federal, regulations, federal regulations:

National Environmental Law - Americas - United States - Federal Regulation
... Consistent with the federal statutes that they administer, U.S ... federal agencies promulgate regulations in the Code of Federal Regulations that fill out the broad programs enacted by Congress ... Primary among these is Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations, containing the regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency ...
Insurance In The United States - Regulation - Federal Regulation of Insurance
... Nevertheless, federal regulation has continued to encroach upon the state regulatory system ... The idea of an optional federal charter was first raised after a spate of solvency and capacity issues plagued property and casualty insurers in the 1970s ... This OFC concept was to establish an elective federal regulatory scheme that insurers could opt into from the traditional state system, somewhat ...
Energy Policy Of Canada - Regulatory Framework - Federal Regulation
... Energy Board (NEB) is an independent federal regulatory agency that regulates the Canadian energy industry ... lands and offshore areas not covered by provincial/federal management agreements ... In 1985, the federal government and the provincial governments in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan agreed to deregulate the prices of crude oil and natural gas ...

Famous quotes containing the words regulation and/or federal:

    Nothing can be more real, or concern us more, than our own sentiments of pleasure and uneasiness; and if these be favourable to virtue and unfavourable to vice, no more can be requisite to the regulation of our conduct and behavior.
    David Hume (1711–1776)

    The Federal Constitution has stood the test of more than a hundred years in supplying the powers that have been needed to make the Central Government as strong as it ought to be, and with this movement toward uniform legislation and agreements between the States I do not see why the Constitution may not serve our people always.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)