The new Administration and Congress can use several procedures to cut down on regulation.
Responding to significant agency backlogs, a new report recommends class action-type procedures.
This closely watched case highlights larger lessons about the limits on executive power.
Two Supreme Court decisions raise questions about the role of states in emerging electricity markets.
The Supreme Court sheds light on the finality of Army Corps of Engineers’ jurisdictional determinations.
When a regulation’s benefits exceed its costs, simplicity and interdisciplinary processes are essential to reducing capture.
Distinguished public servants and scholars examine critical issues concerning regulatory capture—and offer solutions on its eradication.
Administrative law expert explores whether agencies must always use numbers to justify new rules.
In commemoration of RegBlog’s fifth anniversary, experts looks back on the last five years of regulation before looking forward to the next.
Dan Walters argues that the Administrative Procedure Act provides the courts with the best framework for reviewing presidential inaction.
Electricity regulator wants strong incentive to conserve, but one business group says the government is overreaching.
A clearer framework is needed to address jurisdiction questions in legal actions against agencies.