Opinion

Increasing Protections for Low-Income Homeowners

Increasing Protections for Low-Income Homeowners

Philadelphia law helps vulnerable homeowners retain intergenerational equity.

The SBA Should Change Its Rules on Criminal History

The SBA Should Change Its Rules on Criminal History

Current small business lending discriminates by barring loans to people with criminal histories.

The Biden Administration Should Not Sunset the Sunset Rule 

The Biden Administration Should Not Sunset the Sunset Rule 

Repealing the Sunset Rule would burden small businesses and violate the law.

Dismantling Unjust Interest Rates for Debt Collection Judgments

Dismantling Unjust Interest Rates for Debt Collection Judgments

States should follow New York’s lead in lowering how much interest must be paid on unpaid debt judgments.

Curbing the Pandemic of Cyber Sexual Abuse

Curbing the Pandemic of Cyber Sexual Abuse

Fueled by the pandemic, the nonconsensual distribution of sexual images requires federal regulatory solutions.

Disparities Arising from Standardized Contracts

Disparities Arising from Standardized Contracts

Policymakers must address how firms disparately enforce contracts for vulnerable communities.

Safeguarding the Right to Vote Through a Strong Regulatory System

Safeguarding the Right to Vote Through a Strong Regulatory System

Increased voter participation requires a regulatory system that invites public engagement.

Is ESG Simply the Old CSR Wine in a New Bottle?

Is ESG Simply the Old CSR Wine in a New Bottle?

ESG initiatives will provide little social value if firms do not improve conditions that led CSR to fail.

How Ending Forced Arbitration Advances Economic Justice

How Ending Forced Arbitration Advances Economic Justice

The CFPB has the power to curtail the use of forced arbitration clauses that hinder consumer rights.

Rule 50 of the Olympic Charter and Freedom of Expression

Rule 50 of the Olympic Charter and Freedom of Expression

Olympic rules must balance the right to freedom of expression with the neutrality of the games.

Important Changes at the Intersection of Antitrust and Administrative Law

Important Changes at the Intersection of Antitrust and Administrative Law

Supreme Court changes in administrative law create uncertainty for new antitrust guidance from federal regulators.

Creating an Inclusive Political Order

Creating an Inclusive Political Order

True representative democracy depends on making access to voting a realistic option for all.