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Talking Cars, Coming Soon to a Road Near You

Transportation Department proposes rule mandating vehicle-to-vehicle communication technology.

FCC Privacy Rule Repealed

Congress and President Trump dismantle Obama Administration rule aimed at bolstering Internet privacy.

Making Regulatory Reform a Reality

A recent executive order seeks to reinforce the Trump Administration’s regulatory reform agenda.

California Extends Water Restrictions Despite Abundant Rainfall

Amid reports of record-breaking rainfall, regulators extend emergency drought measures for conservation.

California Moves to Make Sleeping Computers More Efficient

New standards require computers to use less energy when not in use.

Strategies for Solving the Police Use of Force Crisis

Former FBI agent outlines ways departments can reduce deadly encounters between civilians and police.

Penn Panel Addresses Police Use of Force

Criminal justice experts discuss improper use of police force—and also pose solutions.

From RegBlog to The Regulatory Review

This spring, RegBlog will be changing its name and redesigning its website.

How Much Power Do States Have to Encourage Clean Energy?

After a recent Supreme Court decision, questions remain about what states can do to regulate electricity.

Regaining Control After Brexit While Maintaining Membership in the WTO

If Britain has to reapply for WTO membership after Brexit, the process could take years and result in disruption to world trade.

Treasury Pick’s Oversight of “Robo-Signing” Heats Up Nomination Proceedings

Steven Mnuchin continues to advance in U.S. Senate even as Democrats decry his role during financial crisis.

Writing the Rules of Football

Yale Law Professor explores the rulemaking power wielded by associations like the National Football League.