President Obama's regulatory czar testified before Congress on Tuesday and proclaimed the transparency of his office's operations. His claims about disclosures of private meetings don't jive with my experience.
Testifying before the House Committee on Oversight & Government Reform, OIRA chief Howard Shelanski was criticized from both sides of the aisle for his office's lack of transparency in handling reviews of agencies' regulatory actions.
OSHA's recently released proposed rule on silica gives us a good opportunity to see if President Obama's new regulatory czar will keep his promise for transparency in the rulemaking process.
Half of the doctors recently surveyed aren't aware that drug and device companies will soon have to report all the payments they make to doctors and hospitals.
President Johnson may not have intended to sign the Freedom of Information Act on Independence Day, but July 4th is a fitting birthday for a law that helps citizens know what their government is doing and hold it accountable.
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