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Obama Regulatory Agenda Heats Up with the Onset of Summer in Washington
Often times as summer’s heat and humidity rise in Washington, the pace in Congress and the federal agencies slows a bit. Staffers head to the beach, while legislators take extended breaks from town for the 4th of July holiday and month-long, annual August recess. But that’s not the case for the Obama administration in the summer of 2015.
Here’s a snapshot of the regulatory agenda brewing of late:
Stay tuned for future developments. As always, SHRM will keep you up-to-date on any regulatory action having the potential to impact HR professionals.
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