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Might the Era of Legacy Admissions Be Coming to an End?

Might the Era of Legacy Admissions Be Coming to an End?

A bipartisan group of senators introduces legislation aimed at ending legacy preference in college admissions.

Challenging Drug Patents to Lower Prices

Challenging Drug Patents to Lower Prices

The FTC cracks down on improperly listed drug patents, challenging over 100 patent listings.

Lessons Learned From COVID-19

Lessons Learned From COVID-19

The COVID-19 response illustrates steps officials should take to ensure the effectiveness of vaccine mandates.

Floating Crime Laboratories

Floating Crime Laboratories

Internationally, regulators grapple with illegal fishing’s role in ecological degradation, drug trafficking, and forced labor.

Week in Review

Week in Review

The DEA proposes reclassifying marijuana under the Controlled Substances Act, South Carolina bans gender-affirming care for minors, and more…

The Good-Faith Assumption Online

The Good-Faith Assumption Online

Scholar argues that online platforms should foster positive user experiences through self-regulation.

Kim Kardashian Prompts Major Questions for the SEC

Kim Kardashian Prompts Major Questions for the SEC

Scholar argues the SEC violated the major questions doctrine by suing celebrities who endorsed cryptocurrency companies.

Modernizing Congressional Oversight of Agency Rulemaking

Modernizing Congressional Oversight of Agency Rulemaking

The Government Accountability Office discusses whether Congress should establish new offices to oversee agency rulemaking.

A Win for the Federal Government’s Contracting Power

A Win for the Federal Government’s Contracting Power

A recent court decision supports using procurement authority to address climate change and other policy issues.

Congratulations to Our 2023-2024 Editorial Board

Congratulations to Our 2023-2024 Editorial Board

The Regulatory Review extends its thanks and best wishes to our graduating editorial staff.

The Boundaries of Internet Speech

The Boundaries of Internet Speech

Scholars debate current challenges in regulating offensive and harmful speech on the internet.

Week in Review

Week in Review

The U.S. Supreme Court rules that the CFPB’s funding mechanism is constitutional, President Biden directs the U.S. Trade Representative to increase tariffs on Chinese goods, and more…