A Government Accountability Office report finds that deregulatory executive orders had limited effects.
Scholars argue the United States continues to target families as part of its immigration enforcement.
Scholars argue that the ADA’s protections could prevent overdose deaths for people in prison.
Scholars discuss how administrative failures block incarcerated people from accessing relief.
Former regulator argues that proposed SEC rules open up new regulation of securities markets.
Scholars argue that career officials in the executive branch have significant decision-making power.
Utah’s reduced blood alcohol concentration limit sees reduction in drunk driving-related deaths.
Authors of recent paper argue that the Bureau of Land Management should heed input from tribes.
Scholars argue that attacks on the constitutionality of federal climate change regulations distort the major questions doctrine.
Expert urges regulators to change incentives for social media to create a healthier digital sphere.
Experts call for policies to govern self-harm monitoring technology employed by schools.
Scholars argue that the SEC has historically resisted creating ESG disclosures but has recently changed course.