Regulatory Oversight for Better Regulation
Empowering regulatory oversight bodies can help countries develop regulation that is fit for the future.
Is it Kosher for California to Ban Out-of-State Pork?
The U.S. Supreme Court faces choices in deciding a case pivotal to state regulation and interstate commerce.
Better Regulations for Better Lives
The OECD’s latest Regulatory Policy Outlook shows how regulators worldwide can regulate more effectively.
Guidance for Regulators on the Major Questions Doctrine
To avoid potential legal challenges, agencies should take even more care in their regulatory planning, review, and communication.
Supreme Court Considers Case Against Agencies Run Amok
In Axon v. FTC, the Supreme Court will consider how district courts can hear constitutional challenges against agencies.
Congress Should Exclude Elected Insurrectionists
The legislature should use its constitutional authority under the Disqualification Clause to uphold democracy.
Public Input in the People’s House
Congress should use notice-and-comment rulemaking as a model for public input in the legislative process.
Is the Biggest Supreme Court Case This Term About Bacon?
In National Pork Council v. Ross, the Court questions whether states can ban products for moral reasons.
Compelled Climate Speech
The SEC’s proposed rule on climate disclosures could run afoul of the First Amendment.
Putting the U.S. Administrative Procedure Act in Perspective
Efforts to modernize the APA should be approached with caution.
Perils of Comparative Administrative Law
Textualism represents a dangerous temptation for comparative analysis of administrative procedure.
Administrative Procedure Acts in Latin America
Administrative law faces unique challenges in Latin American “paper leviathans.”