Friday Regulatory Roundup – Jan. 26th Edition

The Thorny Logistics of a Government Shutdown

January 22 – Whether you were affected by the government shutdown that started January 19th, it’s good to know for reference what does get affected should this happen again. If you remember back in 2013, the government was shut down for a period that brought on all sorts of news reports of people lacking government services and tourists being kept out of national parks. It’s a little different each time, so check out the logistics of it all by checking it out.

Smoking is down, but…

January 18 –  According to the latest statistics released at the CDC, nearly 38 million American adults still smoke on a regular basis. This is from the National Health Interview Survey attempting to track the changes in smoking habits of Americans. It’s great news that for decades we have seen consistent declines, but the staggering number who still smoke represent the fact that we still have a ways to go.

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