A divided government may not fully explain the creation of agencies not directly controllable by the President.
The law goes against the public interest, favoring lobbyists over public protections.
Judge Gorsuch’s confirmation hearings offer a key opportunity to examine a judge’s philosophy on the judiciary’s proper role under the Constitution.
Steven Mnuchin continues to advance in U.S. Senate even as Democrats decry his role during financial crisis.
The 115th Congress brings great promise for the Republican agenda, although not all planned reforms will happen overnight.
The new Administration and Congress can use several procedures to cut down on regulation.
The Republicans’ ACA replacement plan espouses individual responsibility—a naïve and ill-advised approach to healthcare reform.
Expert proposes approach to determine the optimal regulatory framework for cyberwar.
The Department only seems to use its compromise power in a very narrow set of cases, but there are signs that the zeitgeist may be shifting.
New regulations governing student debt leave too much power concentrated with Education officials.
Reluctance by Education officials to exercise their debt cancellation powers unfairly punishes students.
Federal officials should reorient themselves around students’ best interests instead of departmental budgets.