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The International Trade Administration has found that one Mexican company did not dump steel rebar in the U.S. and another did so by only a slim margin, according to a review set to be published Wednesday in the Federal Register.
A new bi-state commission will oversee the funding that New York and New Jersey anticipate receiving for the Gateway Program, the long-planned set of rail improvement projects that includes a new rail tunnel under the Hudson River, under new legislation signed into law Monday.
The full D.C. Circuit on Monday turned down an environmental group's request to reconsider a panel's decision that the organization lacks standing to sue federal regulators over a contentious gas pipeline upgrade project, as none of the judges sought a review.
Mount Sinai Health System on Monday said it has applied to begin construction of a new Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital and two additional facilities as part of a $1 billion plan to rejuvenate health care facilities in Downtown New York.
A federal court has granted Massachusetts’ request to amend a judgment in the state’s suit against a Native American tribe over its operation of a casino, declining to resolve the tribe’s concern that the state may interfere with its rights to operate a gambling facility.