Congress should resist the popular misconceptions of the critics of benefit-cost analysis.
The White House has just released the first plans for retrospective reviews of existing regulations from thirty agencies, making a notable step toward evidence-based governance.
Senate subcommittee staff report faults OTS in Washington Mutual collapse.
Agencies show how they would react to a funding hiatus.
New legislation increases safety responsibilities of the FDA and food importers.
Senators aim to require the government to put information concerning regulation on the Internet.
Elena Kagan’s appointment underscores an important shift in American law toward legislation and regulatory law.
The President’s budget foreshadows changes to how administrative agencies will use their funding.