Healthcare

Regulatory Agencies Plan for Federal Government Shutdown

Regulatory Agencies Plan for Federal Government Shutdown

Agencies show how they would react to a funding hiatus.

Week in Review

Week in Review

Regulatory news in review

Proposed HHS Rule Would Extend Health Care Protections to Student Health Plans

Proposed HHS Rule Would Extend Health Care Protections to Student Health Plans

The proposed rule would offer some, but all not, consumer protections of PPACA to student health plans.

Week in Review

Week in Review

Senator proposes regulatory budget bill, EPA holds meeting to discuss drinking water regulations, and more…

Federal Budget Battle Centers on Regulation

Federal Budget Battle Centers on Regulation

Regulatory agencies’ budgets a focal point in negotiations over government spending.

Federal Courts Split on Constitutionality of Individual Mandate in Health Care Law

Federal Courts Split on Constitutionality of Individual Mandate in Health Care Law

Two district courts uphold insurance mandate, but two other courts find it unconstitutional.

Week in Review

Week in Review

Senate healthcare repeal fails, contraception requirement may violate religious liberty, and more…

State of the Union and Responses Highlight Key Differences Over Regulation

State of the Union and Responses Highlight Key Differences Over Regulation

President Obama and Republican leaders debate health care, environmental regulation, and other regulatory issues.

Another Regulatory Milestone as the Federal Register Act Turns 75

Another Regulatory Milestone as the Federal Register Act Turns 75

The Regulatory Review recognizes the contributions of the federal government’s “daily newspaper.”

Elena Kagan and the Regulatory State

Elena Kagan and the Regulatory State

Elena Kagan’s appointment underscores an important shift in American law toward legislation and regulatory law.

Transparency and Health Care Reform

Transparency and Health Care Reform

President Obama faces major tradeoff in achieving promised health reform.