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Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court strikes down restrictions on concealed carry laws, FDA announces new limits on nicotine levels in tobacco products, and more…

Is Fast Fashion Moving Too Fast?

Is Fast Fashion Moving Too Fast?

Scholars assess what it will take to support sustainability within the global fashion industry.

State Failures to Survey Nursing Homes

State Failures to Survey Nursing Homes

A report recommends ways CMS can address the states’ failures to meet nursing home survey requirements.

Drilling Approvals are Not the Reason for High Oil Prices

Drilling Approvals are Not the Reason for High Oil Prices

Despite criticism, the Biden Administration’s drilling approvals have had little impact on current prices.

Regulating Contracts in Poultry Production

Regulating Contracts in Poultry Production

The U.S. Department of Agriculture proposes requiring chicken processors to provide more information in their contracts with growers.

Preparing the New Market for Meat Alternatives

Preparing the New Market for Meat Alternatives

As the alternative meat industry takes off, regulation will confront a new frontier.

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court holds that HHS improperly altered hospital reimbursement rates, the CDC lifts COVID-19 testing requirements for international travelers, and more…

Does DARPA’s Legal Structure Lead to Ethical Lapses?

Does DARPA’s Legal Structure Lead to Ethical Lapses?

The agency’s design allows it to develop advanced technologies, some of which present ethical implications.

The Financial System’s Pandemic Shield

The Financial System’s Pandemic Shield

Scholars argue that Basel III Accords limited economic fallout from COVID-19.

The Regulatory Challenges of FinTech

The Regulatory Challenges of FinTech

Scholar sketches the current regulatory landscape for financial technologies in the United States.

Did Step Zero Help Doom Chevron?

Did Step Zero Help Doom Chevron?

One of the Supreme Court’s most significant administrative law precedents may soon be overturned.

Educating Students with Disabilities During COVID-19

Educating Students with Disabilities During COVID-19

Scholars reflect on regulatory gaps in special education for students with disabilities during the pandemic.