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Supreme Court Ruling Preserves Health Insurance Subsidies

Jul 10, 2015 Analysis

Supreme Court held that Affordable Care Act’s tax credits can apply to Americans in every state.

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Security Checks, Discrimination, and Jerusalem at the Supreme Court

Jul 9, 2015 Analysis

Supreme Court’s latest term included decisions on labor, housing, and employment law and the separation of powers.

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Employers, Whistleblowers, and Polluters Before the Supreme Court

Jul 8, 2015 Analysis

The Supreme Court’s 2014-15 regulatory decisions affected environmental law, employment discrimination, and public safety.

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Dr. Seuss, Amtrak, and Dentists at the Supreme Court

Jul 7, 2015 Analysis

The Court’s decisions this term ranged from agencies’ regulatory interpretations to Congress’ power to delegate authority.

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Simplicity Trumps Logical Coherence

Jul 6, 2015 Opinion

The Supreme Court upholds its concededly “incorrect” ban on post-expiration patent royalties.

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The Supreme Court’s Regulatory Term

July 6, 2015 - July 10, 2015 Series

RegBlog highlights the regulatory decisions from the Supreme Court's past term.

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A Bleak Future for Class Actions?

May 7, 2015 Analysis

A researcher warns that waivers in business contracts could harm plaintiffs’ power to sue.

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The Supreme Court Scrutinizes EPA Regulation

Apr 30, 2015 Opinion

At oral arguments, Justices question whether EPA considered costs of regulation at the right time.

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Counting Benefits at the High Court

Apr 29, 2015 Opinion

Considering the costs and benefits of regulation should include indirect effects in the calculation.

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Supreme Court Weighs When Agencies Must Consider Costs

Apr 28, 2015 Opinion

EPA's consideration of costs in regulating toxic air pollutants should prove sufficient.

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