Under an exception to the rulemaking process, federal agencies may use legally nonbinding guidance documents to interpret regulations. This has led some U.S. senators not only to issue a broad pledge to restrict the practice when such guidance becomes a rule enforceable against a regulated community, but also to request that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rescind guidance that newly interprets coverage under a rule aimed at preventing chemical disasters. To read the full article, written by Nickole Winnett, click here.