CMS Confronts an Increase in Medicare Part B Premiums
CMS reconsiders a recent Medicare premium increase after restricting coverage for a controversial new drug.
The Administrative Attack on Transgender Youth
A directive denying health care for transgender youth puts agencies at odds with evidence-based medicine.
Administrative Law Essay Competition Winners
Two essays by the student winners of a Penn Law essay competition describe important regulatory issues.
Americans Shortchanged in Pandemic Coin Dearth
The Federal Reserve’s response to coin circulation disruptions has created a coin shortage.
The Precedent for Noncitizen Voting
New York City’s move to allow noncitizens to vote in local elections is not unprecedented.
Are Electric Shock Devices Torture or Therapy?
The use of electric shock devices on people with disabilities remains deeply controversial.
Assessing the Frequency of Quarterly Earnings Reports
Two camps emerge in a heated regulatory debate over the frequency of earnings reports.
Are Artificial Christmas Trees Safe?
Chemicals in artificial Christmas trees may pose health and environmental risks.
Can the CPSC Save Christmas?
With supply shortages and product safety plaguing this holiday season, legislators and advocates turn to the CPSC.
High Hopes for FDA Regulation of CBD Products
FDA regulation of CBD products faces new challenges as the market develops.
The Australian Model for Rooftop Solar Energy
Australian regulators demonstrate the benefits and drawbacks of locally driven policy.
Vaccinating the Skies
Advocates say a vaccine mandate for domestic flights could help keep travelers safe.