Today is the deadline for all new issues to be approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
The deadline is Jan. 15.
Here are some of the issues the SEC is considering for its consideration.
The Supreme Court of New York has ruled that a New York man’s death is not the result of an act of God.
New Jersey’s governor signed a $6.5 billion deal with a Chinese manufacturer to sell the state a $1 billion contract to build new highways and highways for the Chinese economy.
In addition to the issues being considered by the SEC, the commission is also reviewing the sale of a $5.2 billion investment in a Georgia water plant.
According to Reuters, the SEC has also issued a new rule, which requires new issuers to post a statement explaining why they do not have the same type of financial condition as other issuers.
On Monday, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, a governing body for NCAA sports, voted unanimously to lift its ban on women’s basketball players competing in the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament.
Also on Monday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that directs the Justice Department to investigate the firing of FBI Director James Comey and his firing of special counsel Robert Mueller.
“We are confident that the incoming administration will be focused on eliminating unnecessary barriers to economic growth and jobs for Americans,” said NRA President Wayne LaPierre.
Trump also signed a $300 million, five-year loan package to help finance a new high-speed rail line from New Jersey to Atlanta.
Another key piece of the Trump administration’s agenda is a plan to roll back Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion, which will help millions of low-income Americans access healthcare.
This article has been updated to reflect the fact that the SEC did not recommend the sale by the NY State Department of Public Safety.