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Government Regulatory Agencies
FDA - 1906 Food and Drug Administration –Enforces laws to ensure purity, effectiveness, and truthful labeling of food, drugs and cosmetics –Inspects production and shipment of these products
FTC - 1914 Federal Trade Commission –Administers antitrust laws forbidding unfair competition, price fixing, and other deceptive practices
FCC - 1934 Federal Communications Commission –Licenses and regulates radio and television stations and regulates interstate telephone, telegraph, rates and services
SEC - 1934 Securities and Exchange Commission –Regulates and supervises the sale of listed and unlisted securities and the brokers, dealers, and bankers who sell them
NLRB - 1935 National Labor Relations Board –Administers federal labor-management relations laws –Settles labor disputes –Prevents unfair labor practices
FAA - 1958 Federal Aviation Administration –Oversees the airline industry
EEOC - 1964 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission –Investigates and rules on charges of discrimination by employers and labor unions
EPA - 1970 Environmental Protection Agency –Protects and enhances the environment
OSHA - 1970 Occupational Safety and Health Administration –Investigates accidents at the workplace –Enforces regulations to protect employees at work
CPSC - 1972 Consumer Product Safety Commission –Develops standards of safety for consumer goods
NRC - 1974 Nuclear Regulatory Commission –Regulates civilian use of nuclear materials and facilities
FERC - 1977 Federal Energy Regulatory Commission –Supervises transmission of the various forms of energy
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