Rules governing student loans are exempt from a negotiated rulemaking mandate.
Congress should require independent regulatory commissions to perform cost-benefit analyses
The proposed legislation would give Congress authority over a limited set of major regulations.
Agencies fail to provide necessary fairness when they compensate large groups of people.
Codifying cost-benefit analysis requirements of Executive Order would preempt valuable nuances of current review system.
Congress should resist the popular misconceptions of the critics of benefit-cost analysis.
Regulatory news in review.
A proposed act would hinder needed regulations, thereby interfering with the executive branch’s constitutional authority to execute the law.
Two prominent scholars discuss the federal government’s reliance on private firms to carry out national defense functions.
Regulatory news in review
Republican legislation would require Congress to approve major rules passed by federal agencies.
Penn Program on Regulation features number of experts who discuss risk in a number of regulatory contexts.