The last five years saw a fundamental shift in how the government interacts with the public.
Recent proposed legislation may weaken key regulatory and law enforcement mechanisms.
A recent petition filed by government workers reveals the extent of a growing nuclear safety design problem.
In the fight against government corruption, administrative law can be a powerful tool.
A 2009 court decision could spur more cost-benefit analysis in the regulatory process.
Recent cases and proposed legislation reveal decreasing deference to agencies’ interpretation of their own regulations.
New federal authority surrounding stress tests means banking supervisors take a back seat to regulators.
Recent court rulings, bureaucratic failings, and political conflict have loosened campaign finance rules.
Although agencies have made strides concerning values for mortality risk reductions, more research is needed on these values.
Assessing the past five years in regulation—and RegBlog’s achievements during this time—goes beyond numbers.