Lawyer argues that state regulation is needed to eliminate local lunch-shaming policies.
U.S. policymakers struggle to keep pace with surging solar markets.
The COVID-19 public health emergency poses unique challenges to financial regulation and future policies.
The U.S. Supreme Court could take a cue from Michigan and other states on reviving the nondelegation doctrine.
Economist argues that central banks must issue digital currencies.
The Supreme Court upheld broad exemptions to employers’ reproductive health care coverage requirements.
The students who have built The Regulatory Review inspire hope and offer reason to celebrate even amid challenging times.
The Trump Administration has degraded environmental enforcement, favoring polluters over citizens’ interests.
Scholars discuss whether the Animal Welfare Act achieves its aim of protecting animal research subjects.
States should require doctors to seek informed consent before performing pelvic exams on anesthetized women.
The Review’s Editors-in-Chief reflect on their experiences and celebrate what makes this publication so extraordinary.
The SEC should do more to support the use of innovative technologies by investors in capital markets.