COVID-19

Regulating Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

Improving Stakeholder Engagement and Evidence-Based Policy Making

Improving Stakeholder Engagement and Evidence-Based Policy Making

The OECD highlights three tools for policymakers to improve regulatory outcomes.

Broadening Access to COVID-19 Drugs

Broadening Access to COVID-19 Drugs

Regulators should expand the types of medical professionals who can prescribe COVID-19 drugs.

Long-Term Care After COVID-19

Long-Term Care After COVID-19

Experts recommend regulatory policies to improve long-term care in the wake of COVID-19.

The Financial System’s Pandemic Shield

The Financial System’s Pandemic Shield

Scholars argue that Basel III Accords limited economic fallout from COVID-19.

Giving the Power of Preemption to Private Business

Giving the Power of Preemption to Private Business

Florida lawmakers create a pathway for companies to challenge local regulations that affect profits.

Lessons from the Paycheck Protection Program

Lessons from the Paycheck Protection Program

To navigate future crises, policymakers can learn from the flaws of pandemic-era loan distribution.

Constraining Cities

Constraining Cities

State governments increasingly restrain city action.

Last Federal Mask Mandate Standing

Last Federal Mask Mandate Standing

A federal judge rules CDC cannot require travelers to wear masks on airplanes or public transportation.

EU Air Passenger Protections Fell Short During Pandemic

EU Air Passenger Protections Fell Short During Pandemic

Audit report shows that, despite mandates and state financial support, EU airlines often failed to reimburse passengers.

Masking Up Against Counterfeits

Masking Up Against Counterfeits

The CDC’s newest mask guidance raises concerns about the authenticity of KN95 and N95 masks on the market.

Improving the Process of Rulemaking

Improving the Process of Rulemaking

The OECD analyzes the progress of regulatory frameworks in member countries.

Major Questions and Juristocracy

Major Questions and Juristocracy

In rejecting agency action on the basis of the “major questions doctrine,” judges undermine congressional policies.