Synopsis

Regulatory Control of Potentially Addictive Drugs

Regulatory Control of Potentially Addictive Drugs

Scholar explains why the DEA—not FDA—has power over the classification of potentially addictive substances.

Maintaining Local Values in the Face of Digital Platforms

Maintaining Local Values in the Face of Digital Platforms

Academics argue that city authorities could cooperate with tech companies to align their values.

Reining in Immigration Adjudicators

Reining in Immigration Adjudicators

Two scholars argue that immigration adjudication should no longer be afforded Chevron deference.

Calling It Quits on Oil and Gas Leases

Calling It Quits on Oil and Gas Leases

Scholars argue that the Interior Secretary has authority to terminate fossil fuel leases on public lands.

Promoting Justice in Credit Markets

Promoting Justice in Credit Markets

Scholar recommends that regulators incorporate principles of distributive justice into credit markets.

Protecting Future Biodiversity

Protecting Future Biodiversity

Can the Endangered Species Act be used to protect future species?

Reconstructing Expertise to Combat Financial Risk

Reconstructing Expertise to Combat Financial Risk

Scholar argues that U.S. financial regulators need a revived research agency.

Federal Agencies Should Extend Pandemic Flexibilities for Opioid Use Disorder

Federal Agencies Should Extend Pandemic Flexibilities for Opioid Use Disorder

A new report offers recommendations for extending telehealth treatment of opioid use disorder.

Restoring Trust in the Media

Restoring Trust in the Media

Scholar argues for increased regulation of news media to promote fairness and objectivity.

The Big Election Bill Sitting on Capitol Hill

The Big Election Bill Sitting on Capitol Hill

Scholars urge the Senate to pass comprehensive voting rights legislation.

Redefining Student Debt

Redefining Student Debt

Experts urge government to treat student loans as grants and collect payments in taxes.

The Absence of Black Financial Regulators

The Absence of Black Financial Regulators

Scholar argues that U.S. financial regulatory agencies must reflect the people they serve.