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Washington cyber-incident threatens data security: weekly regulatory news Regulatory NewsFebruary 14, 2022
Washington cyber-incident threatens data security:...

Cybersecurity, licensing reform, and staff shortages dominate headlines in this week’s look at regulatory news.

Utah woman pleads guilty to practicing medicine without license: weekly regulatory news Regulatory NewsFebruary 7, 2022
Utah woman pleads guilty to practicing medicine wi...

Georgia works to address gaps in its criminal record database, New York street vendors march for expanded licensure, and more in our weekly roundup of regulatory news.

Economists call for stricter licensing oversight in West Virginia: weekly regulatory news Regulatory NewsJanuary 31, 2022
Economists call for stricter licensing oversight i...

Global Affairs Canada reports a cyberattack, economists call for more licensing oversight in West Virginia, and more in our weekly glance at regulatory news.

Year in review: five key ways 2021 affected regulators Regulatory NewsDecember 17, 2021
Year in review: five key ways 2021 affected regula...

Cyberattacks, labor shortages, and licensing reforms dominated headlines throughout 2021, while the COVID-19 pandemic continued to loom over the world at large.