Monday Morning Regulatory Review:: Snakes in the Interior; Traditional Waters of the United States; Retirement Account Fiduciary Standards

Monday Morning Regulatory Review::  Snakes in the Interior; Traditional Waters of the United States; Retirement Account Fiduciary Standards

A most interesting opinion from the United States District Court for the District of Columbia preliminarily enjoined the Department of the Interior (DOI) from enforcing regulations that prohibited the interstate transportation of two species of reptiles found to be “injurious” under the Lacey Act.

TransUnion Study Finds Student Loan Debt is Not Inhibiting Younger Consumers’ Access to Credit

TransUnion Study Finds Student Loan Debt is Not Inhibiting Younger Consumers’ Access to Credit

Despite the rise in student loan balances over the past decade, a new TransUnion study found that student loan obligations have not inhibited younger consumers’ ability to access and repay other consumer credit categories, such as auto loans and mortgages, when compared to their peers without student loans.