Brianna Rauenzahn

Can Robocalls Be Stopped?

Can Robocalls Be Stopped?

Scholars propose solutions to endless robocalling.

Whose American History?

Whose American History?

President Trump signs an executive order to encourage a focus on liberty in public school history curricula.

Cyberbullying and the Limits of Free Speech

Cyberbullying and the Limits of Free Speech

Schools and policymakers confront balancing the protection of cyberbullying victims with free speech.

A First Amendment Balancing Act

A First Amendment Balancing Act

Scholars recommend limited government restrictions on false political speech.

‘Tis the Season for Nonprofit Regulation

‘Tis the Season for Nonprofit Regulation

Experts recommend policies to close gaps in the patchwork regulation of nonprofits.

Reforming Federal Income Tax

Reforming Federal Income Tax

Tax experts discuss income tax law, loopholes, and policy proposals.

Combating Election Disinformation

Combating Election Disinformation

Experts recommend policies to contain the spread of online disinformation.

Regulating Prescription Drug Costs

Regulating Prescription Drug Costs

Experts consider how regulators can make drugs affordable without hindering research and development.

Regulation of Animal Subjects Research

Regulation of Animal Subjects Research

Scholars discuss whether the Animal Welfare Act achieves its aim of protecting animal research subjects.

Remembering and Continuing RBG’s Legacy

Remembering and Continuing RBG’s Legacy

Justice Ginsburg paved the way toward gender equality, inspiring generations to advocate justice under the law.

Mixed Signals Might Cloud 5G’s Reception

Mixed Signals Might Cloud 5G’s Reception

Scholars assess preparedness for the newest generation of wireless technology in the United States.

The Americans with Disabilities Act Thirty Years Later

The Americans with Disabilities Act Thirty Years Later

Experts address the ADA’s relevance to modern life, thirty years after its passage.