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Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court strikes down restrictions on concealed carry laws, FDA announces new limits on nicotine levels in tobacco products, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court holds that HHS improperly altered hospital reimbursement rates, the CDC lifts COVID-19 testing requirements for international travelers, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The House passes gun control legislation, the Supreme Court expands an exemption to the Federal Arbitration Act, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court blocks a Texas law limiting the moderation of speech on social media, the Justice Department reviews the police response to the Uvalde shooting, and more…

Connecting Race and Regulation

Connecting Race and Regulation

New podcast series examines how regulation has reinforced racism—and how it might combat it too.

Week in Review

Week in Review

Senate Majority Leader Schumer plans to hold Senate vote on gun control legislation after mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, President Biden authorizes use of Defense Department aircraft to address formula shortage, and more…

Celebrating Our 2021-2022 Editorial Board

Celebrating Our 2021-2022 Editorial Board

Congratulations and thank you to The Regulatory Review’s 2021-2022 Editorial Board.

Week in Review

Week in Review

An Alabama law banning gender-affirming care takes effect, the Senate fails to pass abortion legislation, and more…

Giving the Power of Preemption to Private Business

Giving the Power of Preemption to Private Business

Florida lawmakers create a pathway for companies to challenge local regulations that affect profits.

Addressing an Algorithmic PATTERN of Bias

Addressing an Algorithmic PATTERN of Bias

The Justice Department pledges to address racial bias in an algorithm that determines early release.

Law Students Can Now Argue Copyright Claims

Law Students Can Now Argue Copyright Claims

A new U.S. Copyright Office rule allows law students to appear before the Copyright Claims Board.

Aborting the Right to Abortion

Aborting the Right to Abortion

A leaked draft of a Supreme Court opinion turns the national debate over Roe v. Wade on its head.