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Medicare and Chevron in the Supreme Court’s New Term

Medicare and Chevron in the Supreme Court’s New Term

With two Medicare cases, the U.S. Supreme Court may change an important rule on deference to agency decisions.

Taking Hearing Aids Over the Counter

Taking Hearing Aids Over the Counter

FDA proposes a new rule to permit the purchase of hearing aids without a prescription.

Can Netflix Win on Neutrality?

Can Netflix Win on Neutrality?

The growing popularity of online video streaming forces the issue of network usage fees.

States Regain Regulatory Power Over Predatory Loan Servicers

States Regain Regulatory Power Over Predatory Loan Servicers

The Education Department’s new interpretation of federal law empowers states to protect student loan borrowers.

Law Reforms Promote Nurse-Managed Care

Law Reforms Promote Nurse-Managed Care

Amid rising insured rates, physician shortages, and COVID-19, nurse-led care seeks to address health inequities.

Replacing the World’s Most Important Number

Replacing the World’s Most Important Number

Replacing the primary international interest rate poses risks, but policymakers are ready for the challenge.

The Biden Executive Order on Restructuring Competition

The Biden Executive Order on Restructuring Competition

Antitrust experts from the University of Pennsylvania reflect on the possible consequences of the recent Biden executive order on competition.

Formaldehyde Lurks in Hair Products Despite FDA Warning

Formaldehyde Lurks in Hair Products Despite FDA Warning

FDA warns consumers to protect themselves from a known carcinogen in hair smoothing products.

Reversing a Midnight Expansion of the Death Penalty

Reversing a Midnight Expansion of the Death Penalty

The Biden Administration is expected to withdraw last-minute Trump Administration death penalty regulation.

Where Will Native Children Find Their Homes?

Where Will Native Children Find Their Homes?

A Fifth Circuit ruling adopts a novel approach to a law that determines where Native children grow up.

Federal Courts Disagree Over Accessibility Online

Federal Courts Disagree Over Accessibility Online

Differing judicial positions on the ADA’s application to websites set up a potential Supreme Court case.

Something Fishy About Seafood Inspection

Something Fishy About Seafood Inspection

Government watchdog finds that FDA is not properly inspecting imported seafood.