Recent efforts to promote agile governance have deep roots in American pragmatism.
In Biden v. Nebraska, the Supreme Court again asserts its own authority to make society’s most important policy choices.
The U.S. Supreme Court holds that states lack standing to challenge immigration prioritization guidelines.
The Supreme Court grants district-court jurisdiction in an opinion hampering agencies’ adjudicatory authority.
John D. Graham discusses reforming the regulatory process to prioritize equity.
The Supreme Court narrowly rejects a Dormant Commerce Clause challenge to a California pork law.
Legal scholars discuss the Court’s most significant regulatory decisions of the last term.
Sally Katzen, former OIRA Administrator, comments on recent Supreme Court changes to administrative law.
A dispute over fishery regulation could deliver a blow to a key doctrine calling for deference to administrative agencies.
A fight over fishery regulations could spell trouble for Chevron deference.
Civil servants report that the Trump Administration posed an existential threat to expertise in the federal bureaucracy.
Agencies can increase fairness by better maintaining their enforcement manuals.