Synopsis

Human Rights Abuses at 30,000 Feet

Human Rights Abuses at 30,000 Feet

Scholars document the abuse of noncitizens in airports and airplanes across previous administrations.

What If Your Pension Plan Participants Go Missing?

What If Your Pension Plan Participants Go Missing?

New guidance demonstrates how pension plans can keep better track of their participants.

Barriers to Maternal Health in Rural Areas

Barriers to Maternal Health in Rural Areas

State policies create and exacerbate barriers to access rural health care.

Making Drugs Safe to Kill?

Making Drugs Safe to Kill?

Lawyer proposes a new legal framework for reviewing FDA’s refusal to regulate lethal injection drugs.

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.