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The Promise of International Water Treaties

Aug 20, 2014 Opinion

Water-related international agreements represent a key source of untapped regulatory potential.

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When 1+1+1 Doesn’t Add Up

Aug 19, 2014 Opinion

Conflating testing and evaluation with education standards threatens Common Core.

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Politics, Law, and Presidential Power

Aug 18, 2014 Opinion

Disputes about the limits of executive power cannot be productively resolved by appeals to the Constitution.

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The Regulatory Week in Review: August 15, 2014

Aug 15, 2014 Week in Review

President Obama proclaims the week National Health Center Week, the CFPB issues its first consumer advisory on virtual currencies, and..


Achieving Procedural Fairness in Black Lung Benefits Hearings

Aug 14, 2014 Opinion

Black lung disease is increasing, but fewer miners can successfully claim benefits.

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Regulating the Settler-in-Chief

Aug 13, 2014 Opinion

When it comes to brokering settlements, presidential power may need to be regulated.

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GAO Advises Congress on Climate Change

Aug 12, 2014 News

Official from oversight agency recommends greater effort to protect federal facilities from climate change damage.

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It’s Time to Make Rulemaking Really Transparent on Agency Websites

Aug 11, 2014 Opinion

Regulatory agencies should do more to make information about proposed rules more accessible.

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The Regulatory Week in Review: August 8, 2014

Aug 8, 2014 Week in Review

The mayor of Toledo lifts the city's drinking water ban, the FDA plans to begin regulating lab test devices, and more...


Failure Should Spark Creativity, Not Caution, in Economic Development

Aug 7, 2014 Opinion

A cautious approach to policy failure may impede the ultimate success of development programs.

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