- rule + making (Wiktionary)
“International Business Machines Corp. is one company that raised concerns about how it would be affected by the Dodd-Frank Act. It is among several large corporations that believe, without further clarification in rulemaking, they may be unintentionally caught up in the definition of a "major swaps participant" — essentially a non-dealer that regularly engages in swaps — despite their swaps being legitimate.”
“The context of judicial rulemaking is unusually conducive to high rates of error when technology is influx.”
“The information environment of judicial rulemaking is usually poor.”
“Unfortunately, the triggers are in statute and therefore any claim EPA can modify those triggers through interpretation or rulemaking is in question.”
“Mandatory standards tend to be reserved for the biggest hazards and are created by an act of Congress or by a CPSC "rulemaking," which can take even longer than drawing up a voluntary standard.”
“The Department of Transportation conceivably could release a so-called "rulemaking" on tickets.”
“At least one report which quotes the memo specifically mentions "rulemaking".”
“Another witness from the Association of National Advertisers, which reported spending $820,000 on lobbying this year, argued that the proposed guidelines are “backdoor regulation” by four "extremely powerful government agencies that seek to accomplish a goal indirectly that could not be reached through normal rulemaking procedures.”
“The sooner we remove incendiary politics from our nation's rulemaking process, the sooner we can restore the health of our economy -- and our political culture.”
“In my view the CFTC has failed to prioritize its rulemaking under Dodd-Frank, proposing unnecessary discretionary rulemaking that is not required by the act and will increase the staffing and funding demands," said Jerry Moran, the top Republican on the subcommittee that overseas the SEC and CFTC.”
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