Attorney calls for consumer protection agency to increase the use of its authority to issue regulations.
Private rights of action lead agencies to seek greater policy control through rulemaking.
The OECD should offer recommendations on the full potential and risks of artificial intelligence in rulemaking.
Empowering regulatory oversight bodies can help countries develop regulation that is fit for the future.
Congress should use notice-and-comment rulemaking as a model for public input in the legislative process.
Guidance from ACUS seeks to help agencies craft policies guiding their use of contractors in the rulemaking process.
Federal agencies can face legal risk if they only provide constructive notice of regulatory changes through publication and FOIA “availability.”
Policymakers must address how local governments have created segregation through their policy choices.
Improving comment solicitation and fixing Regulations.gov will enhance access to the regulatory process.
Congress should tailor the notice-and-comment process for more meaningful public participation.
Experts explore how federal agencies can better include and serve marginalized communities.
The OECD analyzes the progress of regulatory frameworks in member countries.