Encamp’s software helps its customers fulfill environmental reporting and compliance issues. The company has attracted $47.2 million in investment since its launch in 2017.
On Wednesday, a panel of FDA advisers will take a non-binding vote on whether the drug warrants approval. The meeting is being closely watched as an indicator of the FDA’s approach to experimental drugs with imperfect data and its ability to withstand outside pressure.
The sweeping order includes 72 actions and recommendations that the White House says “will lower prices for families, increase wages for workers, and promote innovation and even faster economic growth.”
The financially troubled credit union had been operating under a conservatorship since January. As part of the liquidation, about 500 members and most of their deposits have been transferred to Indianapolis-based Elements Financial Credit Union.
As amended, House Bill 1519 would prevent state and local governments from regulating hospital services and the number of people allowed at an event or private business.
Many experts agree that Biden’s actions could help the nation achieve ambitious climate goals and enhance the renewable energy sector. Others say they worry more that stricter regulations could hurt companies struggling to recover from the pandemic
The National Credit Union Administration says it took control of operations at Indianapolis’ Newspaper Federal Credit Union because of “unsafe and unsound practices.”
A state energy task force is considering a sweeping array of measures that seem to favor existing large-scale utilities, many of which still burn coal, over providers of renewable energy.
The Indianapolis-based utility said it also will spend $5 million to mitigate what critics say has been harm to the environment caused by the plant’s excess emissions over the years.
The proposal aims to relax several long-standing regulations that put taxi companies at an unfair advantage compared with ride-sharing companies Uber and Lift, which don’t have to comply with the same standards.
When the Senate passed legislation last week overhauling the U.S. patent system, large multinational corporations like Eli Lilly and Co. rejoiced. But small-business advocates cried foul, saying the changes would put innovative startups at a disadvantage.