Regulatory Recap

Encouraging Living Kidney Donations

Encouraging Living Kidney Donations

Experts explore strategies to increase living donations to end the U.S. kidney shortage.

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Trump Administration releases a plan for COVID-19 vaccine distribution, a federal court declares Pennsylvania COVID-19 mandates unconstitutional, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

A federal court holds that the Census Bureau must continue its field data collection, the Trump Administration cancels training on critical race theory, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The CDC issues an eviction moratorium, Democratic senators request economic sanctions against Russia, and much more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

A federal judge halts an Education Department rule granting private schools greater CARES Act funding, CDC loosens its testing guidelines, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

Postmaster suspends controversial changes, Interior Department allows drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

President Trump issues executive actions responding to the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, EPA rescinds Obama-era methane regulations, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

Court invalidates Labor Department’s interpretation of the coronavirus legislation, President Trump orders government agencies to prioritize hiring U.S. citizens, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

DHS will reject future and pending DACA applications, President Trump signed executive orders to lower the price of prescription drugs, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

HUD reduces federal oversight of affordable housing, President Trump issues memo to exclude undocumented immigrants from the census, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Trump Administration rescinds its rule on visas for international students taking online classes, the Supreme Court authorizes the use of single-drug protocol for death penalties, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court holds that the Supremacy Clause does not protect the President from a state criminal subpoena, the Student and Exchange Visitor Program restricts student visas, and much more…