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New “Sue-and-Settle” Bill is Much Ado About Nothing

Mar 24, 2015

Proposed legislation seeking to curb collusive deadline suits misunderstands the administrative process.

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The Regulatory Reform Debate Needs a Wider Lens

Mar 10, 2015

The U.S. does not regulate more than its international peers, but could still learn much from them about regulatory management.

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Regulating the Intersection of Health Care and Gun Control

Mar 2, 2015

If more health information should be disclosed, federal and state laws should mandate disclosure.

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Balancing Medical Privacy and Public Safety

Feb 23, 2015

HHS letter clarifies HIPAA’s Privacy Rule and may have the potential to reduce gun violence.

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EPA’s Ozone Standard Is Insufficiently Stringent, Not Overly Expensive

Feb 16, 2015

A lower ozone standard means more benefits for Americans.

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Public Access to the Law Must Be Taken More Seriously

Jan 28, 2015

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

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

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We Decline to Define ‘Reasonably Available’

Jan 26, 2015

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

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

Jan 22, 2015

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

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

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