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When Public Health Abuses Public Funds

The Supreme Court declines to resolve issue of whether state hospitals can be sued for false insurance claims.

Taking Power Back from the Feds

Kansas moves to take control over workplace safety regulations.

Department of Agriculture Revises Its Organic Standards

Agency finalizes rule on production standards for organic livestock and poultry.

FEC Ordered to Reconsider Presidential Debate Rule Barring Third Parties

Court finds that election regulator failed to properly consider a rule on debate participation.

Are Louder Cars Safer Cars?

Federal regulators may require electric cars to make more noise.

Agency Proposes Rule to Protect Sea Turtles

New rule would require shrimping boats to adopt measures that may reduce their impact on turtle populations.

Encouraging Customization and Courtroom Claims in Long-term Care

Controversial rule promotes personal care and bars forced arbitration in long-term health care.

Can You Start a Lawsuit by Mail?

The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide a case involving the interpretation of a key civil litigation treaty.

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FCC Privacy Rule Repealed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.

Announcing The Regulatory Review

This publication’s new name and newly designed website constitute a significant step forward, in furtherance of its mission of public service.

Making Regulatory Reform a Reality

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