Elena Kagan’s appointment underscores an important shift in American law toward legislation and regulatory law.
Federal agencies take steps to increase government transparency.
Report indicates that governmental transparency gains may not be as large as promised by the President.
The government may need to rely on secrecy, not transparency, to overcome the national deficit problem.
The President’s budget foreshadows changes to how administrative agencies will use their funding.
Federal government website becomes easier to navigate, enhancing access to regulatory information.
Transportation Department aims to join other agencies in transparent government initiative.
The impacts of agency’s decision to end voluntary regulatory compliance programs may be difficult to evaluate.
Agency’s updates aim to make government transparency website easier to use.
Members of Congress invoke federal law to halt EPA’s regulation of greenhouse gases.
White House launches government website to enhance transparency.
Former White House experts evaluate the Obama Administration’s regulatory performance.