President Obama’s joke about spilled milk helps illustrate the need to understand how regulations actually work.
Fracking holds great promise as a source of U.S. energy.
Judicially Enforced Notice-and-Comment Rulemaking Systematically Biases Results in Favor of Regulated Firms
The rulemaking process in the United States is slow and biased toward business.
It is inconsistent to support Wikipedia’s blackout while protesting the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United.
The public should not be required to submit copies of material cited in rulemaking comments.
The Supreme Court should hold in favor of judicial review in Sackett v. EPA.
The FCC should regulate like antitrust agencies, providing competition-based ex post remedies.
The REINS Act, the ozone standard, regulatory reform, cost-benefit analysis, the Affordable Care Act, and Dodd-Frank, and more … as discussed in our top opinion posts from 2011.
Regulatory preemption of state law should be tied to the presence of a preemption clause.
Federal government should fund research using stem cells from unfertilized eggs.
New source performance standards should include energy efficiency.
Inconsistent enforcement of the UK’s health and safety regulations unduly burdens businesses.