From JD Supra:

On March 3, the FTC announced that it is seeking comment on a Petition for Rulemaking filed by NetChoice, Americans for Prosperity, Hispanic Leadership Fund, Innovation Economy Institute, Institute for Policy Innovation, James Madison Institute, National Taxpayers Union, R Street Institute, and Young Voices, asking the FTC to amend its rules to include a broader and more detailed recusal process that would apply to enforcement proceedings, along with adjudicative and rulemaking proceedings.