Week in Review
The Supreme Court limits EPA’s authority to regulate water pollution, Nebraska restricts access to abortion services and transgender youth medical care and more…
Stamping Out Counterfeit Postage
The U.S. Postal Service adopts final rule aimed at reducing postage fraud.
The Green Clash Between Renewables and Conservation
Scholars argue that federal agencies can conserve land and still increase renewable energy output.
Is the Artificial Intelligence Act Trustworthy?
Scholars argue that the European Union’s proposed legislation will be inadequate to develop trust in AI.
How Will the “Regulatory Bazooka” Change Cross-Border Transactions?
Scholars predict that expanding security review procedures could affect how American companies do business.
Week in Review
DOJ and DHS end a pandemic order that allowed border authorities to turn away migrants, Montana bans TikTok, and more…
Should USDA Regulate Lab-Grown Meat?
Scholar argues that FDA should be the sole regulator of cell-cultured meat.
Confronting the Public Health Threat of Septic Tanks
As climate change amplifies the risks of septic tanks, lawmakers must act to protect their communities.
Clamping Down on Commercial Spyware
Biden Administration issues executive order prohibiting federal contracts with spyware firms.
Celebrating Our 2022-2023 Editorial Board
Congratulations and thank you to The Regulatory Review’s 2022-2023 Editorial Board.
The New Vision in Biden’s New Regulatory Order
The Biden Administration reimagines the federal government’s regulatory framework.
Modernizing Regulatory Review
Recent Biden Administration reforms will better prepare the regulatory system to meet society’s challenges.