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Climate Change Stress Testing

Climate Change Stress Testing

The Fed is beginning to consider policy responses to climate change.

Americans Need a Stronger Safety Net, Not Just Stimulus Checks

Americans Need a Stronger Safety Net, Not Just Stimulus Checks

COVID-19 reveals the need for sweeping U.S. welfare reform to help low-income and struggling individuals.

The Contraceptive Clash

The Contraceptive Clash

The Trump Administration’s regulations take aim at the ACA’s contraceptive mandate.

Week in Review

Week in Review

Congress certifies the electoral college vote for President-Elect Joe Biden, EPA establishes the first greenhouse gas emissions standards for aircraft in the United States, and more…

Is the Roadless Rule Exemption a Highway to Environmental Hell?

Is the Roadless Rule Exemption a Highway to Environmental Hell?

Despite protests, the U.S. government has opened the largest forest in North America to industrial activity.

Reimagining the Public Option

Reimagining the Public Option

Expert argues that social benefit, not market-competitiveness, should drive health care reform.

Social Media’s Cybersecurity Shortcomings

Social Media’s Cybersecurity Shortcomings

State financial regulator argues that social media companies need a dedicated monitor.

EPA, Explain Yourself

EPA, Explain Yourself

Scholar advocates using the Administrative Procedure Act to address EPA’s inter-regulatory contradictions.

Alameda Casts Its Vote for Single-Family Homes

Alameda Casts Its Vote for Single-Family Homes

Voters in Alameda, California reject a ballot measure that would have eliminated single-family zoning citywide.

The Struggle for Voting Rights in Georgia

The Struggle for Voting Rights in Georgia

Voters, lawyers, and activists continue to fight for voting rights in the Peach State.

Can Robocalls Be Stopped?

Can Robocalls Be Stopped?

Scholars propose solutions to endless robocalling.

Top Regulatory News of 2020

Top Regulatory News of 2020

The Regulatory Review highlights the top regulatory news and scholarship of 2020, as selected by our staff.