Congress

Cataloging and Clarifying Judicial Review Statutes

Cataloging and Clarifying Judicial Review Statutes

Congress should seek to remove procedural obstacles that inhibit statutory access to judicial review.

Updating the Congressional Review Act

Updating the Congressional Review Act

Congress should modify the Congressional Review Act to enhance clarity and improve oversight of agencies.

Priorities and the State of Implicit Bias in Crimmigration

Priorities and the State of Implicit Bias in Crimmigration

Written immigration enforcement priorities might promote transparency but still might not address inequities.

Race and Regulation

Race and Regulation

Experts examine how regulatory policies disproportionately affect communities of color.

Reimagining the Public’s Role in Agency Rulemaking

Reimagining the Public’s Role in Agency Rulemaking

Congress should tailor the notice-and-comment process for more meaningful public participation.

Congressional Restoration of Tribal Civil Jurisdiction

Congressional Restoration of Tribal Civil Jurisdiction

Congress should enact a law that restores tribal regulatory and adjudicatory authority.

Why the Equality Act Remains Important to LGBTQ Equality

Why the Equality Act Remains Important to LGBTQ Equality

A Supreme Court victory is the beginning, not the end, of the fight against anti-LGBTQ discrimination.

Persuading for Privacy

Persuading for Privacy

Pressure mounts for Congress to come to bipartisan agreement on privacy.

A Reply to Our Interlocutors

A Reply to Our Interlocutors

A response to a lively debate on the modern administrative state.

Delegation, Time, and Congressional Capacity

Delegation, Time, and Congressional Capacity

Courts should continue to apply canons of construction narrowly to limit the broad congressional delegation of power.

Institutional Gridlock

Institutional Gridlock

Without structural change, Congress will remain unable to legislate effectively.

Delegation and Time … and Staff

Delegation and Time … and Staff

Without an adequate amount of staff Congress cannot govern effectively.