In the process of handing environmentalists a loss in AEP v. Connecticut, the Court strengthens the EPA’s authority over greenhouse gas emissions.
New labels may help inform consumer choices.
Congress should resist the popular misconceptions of the critics of benefit-cost analysis.
Witnesses agree about the importance of thorough cost-benefit analysis.
Texas v. EPA continues in the D.C. Circuit Court.
Could regulatory PAYGO work like legislative PAYGO?
Senators debate whether to regulate a drilling process.
Studies show that the environmental and health benefits of the EPA’s proposed rule would significantly outweigh its compliance costs.
Regulation of greenhouse gas emissions may proceed by linking together multiple national cap-and-trade systems.
At court-ordered deadline, EPA proposes standards for mercury and other air toxics.
Members of Congress debate consumer choice issues raised by efficiency standards for light bulbs and appliances.
Following Supreme Court decision, the USDA stops regulating Roundup Ready Alfalfa.