The Constitutional Foundations of Communications Law and Policy
The government must recognize constitutional property and free speech rights in communications law and policy.
How a Racist Home Loan Program Created a Climate Crisis
Two of the United States’ biggest challenges converge on urban heat islands.
Community Land Trusts Get a California Makeover
California laws may help community land trusts tackle a housing crisis and other issues.
Alameda Casts Its Vote for Single-Family Homes
Voters in Alameda, California reject a ballot measure that would have eliminated single-family zoning citywide.
NASA’s Artemis Accords Boost Commercial Space Activity
Bilateral agreements renew debate over private exploitation of outer space resources.
Forty Years After Surface Freight Deregulation
The regulatory reforms of the railroad and trucking industries are models for evidence-based, bipartisan policymaking.
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.
Zombie Laws Haunt the Energy Market
Scholar argues that energy regulations that once protected consumers now block renewable energy companies.
Stress-Testing Solar Policy
U.S. policymakers struggle to keep pace with surging solar markets.
Networks Owners Rise to the Occasion Even in a Pandemic
Private telecom and transport networks have delivered socially valuable outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Putting the Brakes on Federal Transportation Regulation
Policy experts argue that the U.S. Department of Transportation’s regulatory role should be reduced.
The Continued Grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX
The grounding of the 737 MAX has revealed potential issues in the FAA’s aircraft certification process.