CPR Report on OIRA’s Meetings Ignores Their Context
Increased regulatory action under Obama means that OIRA has more regulations to review.
Is the Regulatory Sky about to Fall?
Claims that the Regulatory Accountability Act will paralyze agencies have a long pedigree.
Agencies Should Pay For Any Copyrighted Materials They Incorporate by Reference
Incorporated materials may be difficult to obtain, so agencies must make them available at their own expense.
“Deference” is Too Confusing – Let’s Call Them “Chevron Space” and “Skidmore Weight”
Distinct concepts clarify judicial review of U.S. agency decision making.
House Committee Holds Hearing on the Regulatory Accountability Act
Witnesses testify on merits of imposing statutory cost-benefit requirements on rulemaking.
Bipartisan Bill Would Add Procedural Hurdles to Agency Rulemaking
Bill places special emphasis on rules with a high impact on the economy.
Getting the Numbers Right
Judicial review of benefit-cost analysis is no cure-all.
What Can We Learn From the Unified Regulatory Agenda?
Semiannual government report speaks to timely debate over federal regulations.
PPR Hosts Conference on U.S. Regulation Crisis
Leading scholars analyze whether regulation has suffered a breakdown.
White House Actions on Regulatory Reform Do Not Match Its Rhetoric
The Obama Administration has only insignificantly lightened regulatory burdens.
Romney Weighs in on REINS
Presidential candidate’s plan outlines his regulatory reform stance.
New Jersey Court Approves Common Law Right of Access to Agency Depositions
The state’s equivalent of FOIA does not set the bounds of access.