Scholar argues that despite progressive roots, U.S. transparency laws have taken an anti-government focus.
OIRA review of significant tax rules raises new questions about the shape of centralized administrative oversight.
The Supreme Court’s most recent term suggests that some justices would revise the doctrine of Chevron deference.
Scholar argues that financial regulators must be decisive yet agile when using imperfect information.
Public access to data behind regulations should not be a political question.
Proposed limits to EPA’s consideration of scientific data threaten timely, sound policymaking.
Despite concerns, environmental agency’s “transparent science” proposed rule supports existing guidelines.
Scholars and regulatory commentators debate the significance of EPA’s recently proposed “transparency” rule.
Scholars and industry representatives highlight takeaways from conference on new regulatory developments.
Recent revisions to China’s administrative regulations will not guarantee effective public participation.
New requirements such as notice-and-comment periods and public hearings should improve transparency.
ACUS recommendation offers suggestions for making the language of agency documents more accessible.