Analysis

Are Confederate Monuments Set in Stone?

Are Confederate Monuments Set in Stone?

Historic preservation laws can hinder the removal of Confederate statues.

Stress-Testing Solar Policy

Stress-Testing Solar Policy

U.S. policymakers struggle to keep pace with surging solar markets.

Health Care Coverage, Contraception, and the Court

Health Care Coverage, Contraception, and the Court

The Supreme Court upheld broad exemptions to employers’ reproductive health care coverage requirements.

Regulating Tiger Kings

Regulating Tiger Kings

A proposed federal law would tighten regulation of private possession of big cats.

FERC’s Carbon Blind Spot

FERC’s Carbon Blind Spot

Critics argue that a federal regulator’s failure to address climate change clashes with the goal of efficient markets.

Telecare for All

Telecare for All

Telehealth regulations seek to expand health care for underserved patients in rural areas.

What is Murphy’s Law?

What is Murphy’s Law?

A death penalty case could unsettle the borders of Native American reservations nationwide.

The Continued Grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX

The Continued Grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX

The grounding of the 737 MAX has revealed potential issues in the FAA’s aircraft certification process.

The Future of Maine’s Food Sovereignty Movement

The Future of Maine’s Food Sovereignty Movement

The increasing popularity of municipal regulation over food production in Maine may attract federal preemption challenges.

Explaining the Supreme Court’s DACA Decision

Explaining the Supreme Court’s DACA Decision

A recent Supreme Court decision maintains protection for people who arrived to the United States as children.

Procedure to Protect Philadelphia

Procedure to Protect Philadelphia

More Philadelphia historic properties could be revitalized with reduced red tape.

Expanding Care Through Coordination

Expanding Care Through Coordination

The federal government seeks to improve out-of-state health services for children on Medicaid.