Postal Service Raises Forever Stamp Prices

Three cent increase to account for inflation. The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) recently filed a notice that proposed raising the price of first-class Forever mail stamps from 60…

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Appeals Court Temporarily Blocks Arizona Abortion Ban

Allows 5 weeks for the court to review a request to totally overturn the ban. The Arizona Court of Appeals granted a request from Planned Parenthood last week…

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FCC to Update Space Debris Rules

Commission says higher space accessibility requires higher rule specificity. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently pledged to update its rules surrounding the management of space debris. Rules for…

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Postal Rates to Increase for Holidays

USPS says the hike is temporary.  The United States Postal Service filed a notice this week of a temporary price hike for this year’s peak holiday season, which…

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Legislators Consider Oil and Gas Reforms

They are looking for more regulations on leasing and environmental issues. A number of bills have been introduced in Congress, led by, among others, Representative Katie Porter of…

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Interior Department Improving National Parks

Regulations in how concessions contracts are created are being lowered to improve the visitor experience.  At the end of last week, the National Park Service announced that it…

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