Republican front-runner proposes reining in regulation while increasing production of domestic energy sources.
Obama’s short-term decision dangerously contradicts long-term legislative policy.
EPA’s Science Advisory Board offers recommendations to improve cost-benefit analysis.
Agencies fail to provide necessary fairness when they compensate large groups of people.
Following Executive Order 13563, EPA plans to review and revise some of its rules.
Congress should resist the popular misconceptions of the critics of benefit-cost analysis.
EPA and the EU differ over how to respect confidential business information while enforcing environmental regulation.
President Obama and Republican leaders debate health care, environmental regulation, and other regulatory issues.
Agency clarifies that it will not implement greenhouse gas regulations for at least one more year.
Studies question whether nutrition disclosure laws are effective in reducing calorie intake.
The impacts of agency’s decision to end voluntary regulatory compliance programs may be difficult to evaluate.