GW Regulatory Studies
- Public Interest Comment: Distributional Weights Should Be Dropped from the Draft Circular A-4, Mary Sullivan
- How Should the Supreme Court Respond to Overreach?, Richard J. Pierce, Jr.
- The Remedies for Constitutional Flaws Have Major Flaws, Richard J. Pierce, Jr.
- RSC's Dylan Desjardins Wins 2nd Place in ASPA Student Essay Contest
- The Worst Possible Reason to Support New AI Regulation, Scott Lincicome
- Podcast: Can Congress Regulate AI?, Matt Mittelsteadt & Jennifer Huddleston
- Supreme Court Clarifies Murky “Waters of the United States” Definition, Jay Schweikert & Isaiah McKinney
- Why the Farm Bill May Be the Highest-Stakes Climate Fight Flying Below the Radar, Drew McConville et al.
- Supreme Court Clean Water Decision Is Political and Anti-Science, James Goodwin
- Sackett v. EPA and the Presumption Against Federal Alteration of the Status Quo, David Driesen
- Supreme Court Delivers Another Massive Blow to Federal Environmental Law, Robert L. Glicksman
- Carbon Reduction in Electricity Generation for Low-Wealth Ratepayers, Sidney A. Shapiro & Sophie Loeb
- Supreme Court Protects Property Rights from Federal Overreach in Sackett v. EPA Decision, Daren Bakst et al.
- Repealing Green Energy Subsidies Must Come Before Permitting Reform, Myron Ebell
- Let’s Get this Huge ‘Hidden Tax’ of Regulation Out Into the Open, Clyde Wayne Crews
- Examining the Biden Administration’s Proposed Changes to Cost-Benefit Analysis, Howard Beales & Paul Ray
- Event: 504 Regulations Under the Current Administration, 6/08
- Why Three Conservative Justices Enabled California to Regulate a Nationwide Industry, Jack Fitzhenry
- To Regulate Big Corporations, Understand How They Got That Way, Sandeep Vaheesan
Inst. for Policy Integrity
- Newsletter: Updating the 20-Year-Old Manual for Rulemaking, Any (Major) Questions?, The New Climate Yardstick
- US Benefit-Cost Analysis Requires Revision, Peter Howard & Max Sarinsky
- How to Restore Limiting Principles for “Unfair Methods of Competition” in Antitrust Law, Yitzchak Besser
- Data Isn’t the New Oil; That Might Be a Good Thing, David Moschella
- Congress Must Move Beyond Permitting Reform to Speed Up Adoption of Digital Energy Solutions, Stefan Koester
- Event: Does the US Need a New AI Regulator?, 6/06
- A Better Way to Rein In Medicaid, Chris Pope
- If We Give Up on Congress, What Will We Lose?, Philip Wallach
- Without Protections, Excessive Workplace Heat Will Injure and Kill Thousands
- Amidst Dreams of Green Energy, Regulators and Industry Warn of Summer Blackouts, J.D. Tuccille
- Blame the Feds for Your Canceled Flight This Memorial Day, Christian Britschgi
- Greening the Invisible Hand, Devin Hartman et al.
- The Elephant in the Clean Energy Room, Philip Rossetti
- US Benefit-Cost Analysis Requires Revision, Peter H. Howard et al.
- Assessing the Systemic Risks of Curation, Niklas Eder
- State Crypto Regulation: Competing Priorities Shaping Different Outcomes, John Bender
The Regulatory Review
- A New Approach to Regulatory Budgeting in Virginia, Reeve T. Bull
- The Promise and Perils of Regulating ESG, Bijan Avaz
Tech Policy Institute
- Podcast: The Oversight Board and Content Moderation, John Samples
- Pursuing Housing Justice: Interventions for Impact, David C. Blount et al.
Washington Legal Fdn.
- SCOTUS Clarifies Scope of “Waters of the United States”
- 2023 PFAS Chemical Litigation: “Everything Everywhere All At Once”, Jane C. Luxton et al.
- Our Symposium on Modernizing Regulatory Review, Jack Lienke
- Circular Reasoning?, Susan Dudley
- OIRA’s Draft Guidance on EO 12866 Meetings, Jamie Conrad
AdminLaw Jotwell blog
- Confused Merger Policy at the FTC, Richard J. Pierce, Jr.
American Action Forum
- A Wild Week for the EPA, Dan Goldbeck
- Highlights of the Fiscal Responsibility Act, Gordon Gray
- Montana’s TikTok Ban Is Likely Unconstitutional and Unenforceable, Daniel Lyons
- Status of Plans to Import Prescription Drugs Purchased at Canadian Prices, James C. Capretta
- What’s the Refugee Endgame for Latin America?, Jarod Facundo
- The Real ‘Remain in Mexico’ Begins at the Border, Lillian Perlmutter
Bipartisan Policy Ctr.
- Making Regulation and Research Work for Small Business, Dane Stangler & Jason Wiens
- Four Principles for Reforming US Disaster Policy, Carlos Martin et al.
- Event: Promoting Competition in Banking, 6/20