Scholar argues that fintech firms engage in predatory lending.
A Supreme Court decision from last term allows states to subsidize student attendance at religious schools.
Online-only cooking warehouses are on the rise—but they may evade traditional food safety regulations.
As Biden’s inauguration approaches, regulators race against the clock to finalize rules.
Scholar argues for more stringent guidelines to govern the transfer of presidential power.
The Fed is beginning to consider policy responses to climate change.
COVID-19 reveals the need for sweeping U.S. welfare reform to help low-income and struggling individuals.
The Trump Administration’s regulations take aim at the ACA’s contraceptive mandate.
Despite protests, the U.S. government has opened the largest forest in North America to industrial activity.
Expert argues that social benefit, not market-competitiveness, should drive health care reform.
State financial regulator argues that social media companies need a dedicated monitor.
Scholar advocates using the Administrative Procedure Act to address EPA’s inter-regulatory contradictions.