As fecal microbiota transplantation gains traction in the medical world, regulators may need to step in.
Influencer advertising can bring large profits, but experts say it may also pose unique dangers to consumers.
Litigation over a state environmental law highlights both potential abuses and opportunities for reform.
FERC proposes environmental justice concerns play a larger role in federal approvals of natural gas pipelines.
More employers self-fund health insurance plans, bypassing state regulation and potentially increasing costs.
The Internal Revenue Service suffers from pandemic delays, staffing shortages, and high expectations.
CMS reconsiders a recent Medicare premium increase after restricting coverage for a controversial new drug.
A directive denying health care for transgender youth puts agencies at odds with evidence-based medicine.
Two essays by the student winners of a Penn Law essay competition describe important regulatory issues.
The Federal Reserve’s response to coin circulation disruptions has created a coin shortage.
New York City’s move to allow noncitizens to vote in local elections is not unprecedented.
The use of electric shock devices on people with disabilities remains deeply controversial.