The Congressional Review Act Is No Antidote for Critics of Regulation
Law does not address claims of excessive delegation of Congress’s policymaking responsibilities.
Taking Power Back from the Feds
Kansas moves to take control over workplace safety regulations.
How OSHA Can Succeed with the Cards It Is Dealt
Despite its wide-ranging capabilities, OSHA has often let its detractors have their way. To combat this, it should enlist partners in all directions.
3D Printers Bring Regulation into the Living Room
Scholars contemplate the health and safety risks of home manufacturing.
If We Can Fix TSCA, We Can Fix the OSH Act
President Obama recently signed toxics reform; now it is time to fix workplace safety law, too.
Is OSHA Burying Its Head in the Sand with Proposed Silica Rule?
Scholars argue that OSHA’s proposed silica regulations are too demanding, inflexible.
Workplace Injury Reports to Go Online
OSHA proposes requirement for employers to submit injury and illness reports electronically.
Despite Corporate Efforts, Labor Standards Remain Stagnant
PPR seminar focuses on the failure of private action to improve factory working conditions.
Dangerous Dust and Deadly Delay: OSHA’s Proposed Silica Rule
Cost-effective workplace safety rule would save 700 lives a year.
Taking Targeted Immunity Statutes Seriously
Recent Supreme Court rulings provide insight into variable tort litigation outcomes.
RegBlog commemorates Labor Day by highlighting connections between regulation and employment.
What Should the New OIRA Administrator Do?
Now that Howard Shelanski is confirmed, he faces choices about his priorities.