Republican presidential candidate says he would revoke “irrational” regulation.
Obama’s 2013 budget reveals priorities for environment, financial reform, and health care.
Governments can best determine the efficacy of regulations through randomized trials.
President Obama’s joke about spilled milk helps illustrate the need to understand how regulations actually work.
Obama emphasizes the role of government in promoting economic growth and fairness.
Judicially Enforced Notice-and-Comment Rulemaking Systematically Biases Results in Favor of Regulated Firms
The rulemaking process in the United States is slow and biased toward business.
Penn Program on Regulation hosts leading scholars of risk regulation.
Business groups challenge the constitutionality of three recess appointments to the NLRB.
RegBlog reviews regulatory reform bills pending in various stages before the Senate.
As House members return from vacation, they face a series of regulatory reform bills.
The Regulatory Review considers the most prominent regulatory reform bills currently pending in Congress.
The public should not be required to submit copies of material cited in rulemaking comments.