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The Regulatory Week in Review: October 24, 2014

Oct 24, 2014 Week in Review

The FEC announces plans to remove some campaign contribution limits, the CDC supplies grant money to fight Ebola, and more...


Corporate Inversions May Be on the Rise

Oct 23, 2014 Analysis

New research claims benefits of inversions often outweigh costs.

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New Federal Guidance Issued on Public-Private Toll Roads

Oct 22, 2014 Analysis

Federal highway authority calls for balancing public policy objectives with private investment.

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How Fear Can Help Fight Ebola

Oct 21, 2014 Opinion

Public fears of Ebola give health officials an opportunity to harness public attention for greater good.

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Interstate Medical Licensure and Emergency Response

Oct 20, 2014 Opinion

Adoption of new model legislation could improve medical response to public health crises and disasters.

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The Regulatory Week in Review: October 17, 2014

Oct 17, 2014 Week in Review

Jean Tirole wins the Nobel Prize, the Department of Defense releases a climate change response plan, and more...


Supreme Court Regulatory Cases to Watch

Oct 16, 2014 Analysis

In its upcoming term, Supreme Court will decide key regulatory issues.

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Rethinking States’ Role in Federal Rulemaking

Oct 15, 2014 Opinion

By understanding key tradeoffs, federal agencies can enhance state participation in the regulatory process.

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Justice Department Proposes Disability Accommodations for Moviegoers

Oct 14, 2014 News

Proposed rule would require theaters to show movies with closed captioning and audio description for disabled patrons.

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Is There Hope for Expertise in Antitrust Law?

Oct 13, 2014 PPR News

Sitting FTC Commissioner speaks at Penn Law on the limits of judicial and agency expertise.

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