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Regulatory Week in Review: January 30th, 2015

Jan 30, 2015 Week in Review

President Obama announces cooperative efforts with India on climate change, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau seeks to aid colleges..


Can we Eliminate “Too Big to Fail”?

Jan 29, 2015 Analysis

Recently passed House legislation would amend bankruptcy code for big banks.

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Public Access to the Law Must Be Taken More Seriously

Jan 28, 2015 Opinion

The Office of the Federal Register has missed an opportunity to ensure meaningful public access to over 9,000 government regulations.

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New Rules on Incorporated Standards Encourage Necessary Public-Private Collaboration

Jan 27, 2015 Opinion

Incremental steps balancing open government with private copyright strike the right cord.

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We Decline to Define ‘Reasonably Available’

Jan 26, 2015 Opinion

The new amendment to incorporation by reference rules leaves important issues unaddressed.

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Incorporating Private Standards into Public Regulations

Jan 26, 2015 - Jan 28, 2015 Series

Commentators assess final rule on how agencies incorporate private standards into public regulations.

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The Regulatory Week in Review: January 23, 2015

Jan 23, 2015 Week in Review

President Obama delivers the State of the Union Address, The Supreme Court decides to hear same-sex marriage cases, and more...


FERC Demand Response Resource Order May Be Heading to the Supreme Court

Jan 22, 2015 Opinion

An invalidated agency order aimed at updating the power industry is seeking new life.

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Testing is Destroying the Common Core

Jan 21, 2015 Opinion

The marriage between the Common Core and testing should be annulled.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the Common Core

Jan 20, 2015 Opinion

When debating Common Core, activists lose sight of students far too often.

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