Synopsis

Ensuring Access to Confidential Reproductive Care

Ensuring Access to Confidential Reproductive Care

Scholar argues that changes to Title X regulations could prevent adolescents from accessing reproductive care.

How Land Use Reform Led to More Housing in Houston

How Land Use Reform Led to More Housing in Houston

Scholars show that reducing minimum lot sizes unleashed a small housing boom in Texas’s largest city.

Injecting Ethics Into Vaccine Mandates

Injecting Ethics Into Vaccine Mandates

Medical expert urges states to balance public health concerns with religious autonomy in creating vaccine policies.

Climate Change, Migration, and Immigration Law

Climate Change, Migration, and Immigration Law

Scholar argues that the United States may need to amend its asylum laws to include climate refugees.

FDA and the Importation of Prescription Drugs

FDA and the Importation of Prescription Drugs

Scholars evaluate a recent FDA rule that creates an importation program for Canadian prescription drugs.

Zombie Laws Haunt the Energy Market

Zombie Laws Haunt the Energy Market

Scholar argues that energy regulations that once protected consumers now block renewable energy companies.

Hate Speech in Context

Hate Speech in Context

Scholars argue that hate speech on social media can lead to violence and must be regulated.

No Such Thing as a Stigma-Free Lunch

No Such Thing as a Stigma-Free Lunch

Lawyer argues that state regulation is needed to eliminate local lunch-shaming policies.

Central Bank Digital Currency Is Inevitable

Central Bank Digital Currency Is Inevitable

Economist argues that central banks must issue digital currencies.

Reducing Surprise From Out-of-Network Bills

Reducing Surprise From Out-of-Network Bills

In a recent report, researchers advocate limits to the fees that out-of-network health care providers can charge.

Improving Canada’s Anti-Corruption Practices

Improving Canada’s Anti-Corruption Practices

Scholar advocates strengthening whistleblower protections to combat corruption.

The Business of Education

The Business of Education

Scholar asserts that education reforms, which have often tracked private sector regulatory schemes, have failed to achieve equal educational opportunity.