From the New Deal to the present, the Administrative Procedure Act has been the foundation of administrative law.
Can a single judge lawfully prevent the entire government from enforcing a regulation?
In a recent book, Cass Sunstein and Adrian Vermeule defend the administrative state against political threats and growing distrust.
Scholar advocates using the Administrative Procedure Act to address EPA’s inter-regulatory contradictions.
HHS proposes to sunset thousands of regulations, endangering the public and the health care industry.
The Trump Administration’s deregulatory response to COVID-19 is temporary and will not have a lasting impact on U.S. health care.
Administrative law principles led the Supreme Court to deliver a victorious but unsatisfying and uncertain conclusion for migrants.
An uncertain future awaits the federal program designed to benefit children of immigrants.
A recent Supreme Court decision maintains protection for people who arrived to the United States as children.
The Trump Administration’s regulatory rollbacks will not have staying power among future administrations.
President Trump’s deregulatory agenda may have lasting effects beyond the term of his presidency.
Conservative justices embrace delegation to arbitration panels while questioning administrative process.