Scholar argues that legal barriers should not prevent cities from using congestion pricing to curb traffic.
Scholar investigates an early exercise of federal administrative power that mirrors modern agency rulemaking.
The Education Department’s new interpretation of federal law empowers states to protect student loan borrowers.
Congress should use its constitutionally granted authority to regulate elections and protect democracy.
Legislative backlash against election officials poses serious implications for democracy.
Republican states with major democratic metropolitan centers forestall local efforts to reform election law.
Democrats should accept voter ID in exchange for Republican support of national voting standards.
The Supreme Court’s decision in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee signals a new era of restrictive voting laws.
Scholar proposes a no-collusion rule to limit tacit collusion.
The pandemic highlighted the importance of food security and what policymakers should do to strengthen it.
Scholar shows that regulatory bodies use arrests as informational proxies—but that this use has its costs.
Despite its flaws and limitations, Stigler’s seminal article on the theory of economic regulation offers important lessons.