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Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has updated its Energy Labeling Rule in order to allow consumers to more accurately compare the estimated annual energy consumption of...
An independent physician association in New Mexico called San Juan IPA has agreed to pay a $263,000 civil penalty to the Federal Trade Commission to settle allegations that it violated a 2005 consent...