Scholar argues that U.S. financial regulators need a revived research agency.
A Bureau of Land Management policy may weaken enforcement of federal laws and regulations on public lands.
Deregulatory attacks have twisted a legal concept meant only to restrain extraordinary actions.
Distributional weighting shows how benefit-cost analysis can be improved.
Scholar argues that U.S. financial regulatory agencies must reflect the people they serve.
The Secretary of Education’s legal authority to grant across-the-board loan forgiveness is unclear.
Experts address weaknesses and inconsistencies in the U.S. regulation of looted cultural artifacts.
Despite some scholars’ criticisms, the social cost of carbon is a useful tool for crafting U.S. climate policy.
Data collection on Native American involvement in adoption and foster care is needed to remedy courts’ failures.
In the battle for self-determination, unrecognized Indian tribes can petition for federal acknowledgment.
A Supreme Court decision raises new questions about tribal jurisdiction in land disputes.
Congress should enact a law that restores tribal regulatory and adjudicatory authority.