Scholars explain the benefits of setting “green” products as consumers’ default option.
Scholar argues that the association between cosmetics and femininity has contributed to harmful under-regulation.
Scholars argue that HUD’s smoke-free rule misses the mark in efforts to curb smoking.
Scholar argues that the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’s power to regulate violates states’ constitutions.
GAO describes potential solutions to limit the use of automated software in the ticket marketplace.
Scholars argue that state policymaking cannot effectively counteract federal environmental deregulation.
Different but complementary strategies are proposed for reducing wage theft in the United States.
Scholar points to potential challenges facing congressional investigations into the executive branch.
Scholar argues that spreading regulatory authority may insulate programs from future deregulatory pressures.
Scholars say constitutionally shaky infectious disease regulations must yield to better prevention programs.