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Quebec shuts down government websites over cyber-security threat: weekly regulatory news Regulatory NewsDecember 20, 2021
Quebec shuts down government websites over cyber-s...

Quebec shuts down nearly 4,000 websites over a newly discovered exploit, Michigan and Wisconsin push to relax licensure requirements, and more in this week’s look 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.

Maine doctor accused of spreading COVID-19 misinformation loses license: weekly regulatory news Regulatory NewsDecember 13, 2021
Maine doctor accused of spreading COVID-19 misinfo...

Maryland real estate appraisers face criticism over alleged appraisal bias, Michigan looks to expand multijurisdictional licensing for healthcare workers, Ontario’s Ministry of Labour works to improve trades compliance, and more in this week’s look at regulatory news.

Week in Brief: Regulatory News Regulatory NewsNovember 8, 2021
Week in Brief: Regulatory News

Vermont eases licensing burdens, medical marijuana doctor loses license in Michigan, Quebec drops vaccine mandate, and more in this week’s regulatory news.