Congress should enact a law that restores tribal regulatory and adjudicatory authority.
Judicial disregard of Native Nations’ ethnohistory frustrates the purpose of federal law protecting Native remains.
President Biden’s first executive actions provide lessons on presidential authority and ambition.
President Trump’s last executive actions and President Biden’s early ones reveal fleeting nature of executive power.
Can a single judge lawfully prevent the entire government from enforcing a regulation?
A recent Supreme Court decision challenges centuries of congressional regulatory authority over native nations.
Critical race theory training is essential for fulfilling the U.S. government’s moral and fiduciary obligation to Tribes.
Regulators must incorporate public values into their cost-benefit analyses.
A recent Supreme Court decision will have major implications for regulatory authority over tribal land in Oklahoma.
The economic principles underlying cost-benefit analysis exclude future impacts.
The law should complement—not control—private decision-making.
A rushed federal building sale could restrict access to critical regulatory documents in the U.S. Pacific Northwest.