Each year, the California Chamber of Commerce identifies proposed state legislation that the Chamber believes “will decimate economic and job growth in California.”  The Chamber refers to these bills as “Job Killers.” In March, the Chamber identified the first two Job Killers of 2019: AB 51 and SB 1.
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Federal agencies need not go through the formal and drawn-out “notice-and-comment” process when altering an interpretation of a regulation. In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court in Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association stated that the Administrative Procedure Act (the “APA”) does not mandate notice-and-comment rulemaking for interpretive rules.
Continue Reading The United States Supreme Court’s Decision in Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association and its Potential Impacts on Federal Agencies’ Rulemaking Authority