Analysis

Could You Lose Your Voter Registration for Not Voting?

The Supreme Court will decide if Ohio can automatically remove inactive voters from its registry.

Improving Regulation of Police Use of Lethal Force

Scholar argues that policymakers should apply the substance of executive branch lethal force regulations to the police context.

Executive Power and the CFPB

D.C. Circuit weighs constitutionality of the consumer financial watchdog’s organizational structure.

For Smokers Trying to Quit, Information Could Be Key

Scholar argues that recent FDA regulations may keep smokers in the dark about e-cigarettes.

Addressing the International Legal Challenges of Genetic Engineering

In keynote address, Gary Marchant discusses the transnational implications of genetic engineering.

Tightening Service and Emotional Support Animal Regulations

Debate ignites over regulating service and support animals on airplanes and in public accommodations.

Gender-Inclusive Textbook Plunges France into a Linguistic Battle

Politicians and academics wrestle over gender equality and the future of the French language.

Supreme Court Reviews Minnesota Sanction on Political Clothing

The Supreme Court will determine whether states can ban voters from wearing politically themed clothing.

Philadelphia’s Fight Over Pay History

City ordinance prohibiting employers from asking about past salaries remains in limbo in federal court.

Addressing the Dangers of Partially Driverless Cars

Scholar analyzes and suggests regulations for semi-autonomous vehicles.

How Regulators Can Excel

Contributors to a new book outline the prerequisites for success by regulatory agencies.

What the FDA Can Teach Us About Regulatory Excellence

Scholar discusses the role of policy learning and reputation in regulatory excellence.