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Submissions from 2012

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Pennsylvania’s SNAP Asset Test Will Backfire, Mark Mitchell

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Regulation on Election Day, Sean Moloney

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The First Step: Let’s Kill All the Regulations, Richard Murphy

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Time to Discard the Precautionary Principle at the CPSC, Nancy A. Nord

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A Simple Solution to Ineffective Regulations, Nancy A. Nord and Anne Northup

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The Need to Protect Health from Fine Particles, Craig N. Oren

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Judicially Enforced Notice-and-Comment Rulemaking Systematically Biases Results in Favor of Regulated Firms, Richard J. Pierce

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The Stakes in the Fracking Debate, Richard J. Pierce

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Jim Wilson: From Human Nature to Middle Initials, Paul J. Quirk

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Valuing the Rear-view Camera Rule, Arden Rowell

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Obamacare and Federalism’s Tug of War Within, Erin Ryan

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Improving How Agencies Collect Information, Stuart Shapiro

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James Q. Wilson and Evidence-Based Government, Lawrence W. Sherman

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A Pill Everyone Can Swallow, Abigail Slater

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The Justices and the Individual Mandate, Ilya Somin

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A Confluence of Concerns with the Accumulation of Regulatory Regimens, Peter L. Strauss

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Regulatory Opinion: Year in Review, The Regulatory Review

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Clearer Framing Needed for “Open Government”, Harlan Yu and David G. Robinson

Submissions from 2011

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The REINS Act: A Constitutional Means to Control Delegation, Jonathan H. Adler

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European Court of Justice Fails to Scrutinize Precautionary Principle, Alberto Alemanno

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The Challenges of Emergency Risk Regulation, Alberto Alemanno

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Hiding Our Unpopular Privacy, Anita L. Allen

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White House Actions on Regulatory Reform Do Not Match Its Rhetoric, Sam Batkins

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Is the Regulatory Sky about to Fall?, Cary Coglianese

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Let’s Review the Rules, Cary Coglianese

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Making the Rulemaking Process Accessible to Ordinary Citizens, Cary Coglianese

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New Executive Order Promotes Public Participation, Cary Coglianese

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The Administration’s Regulatory Review Plans Move Toward Evidence-Based Governance, Cary Coglianese

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Tracking Down Killer Regulations, Cary Coglianese

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Calibrating Chevron for Preemption, Gregory M. Dickinson

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The Ozone Standard as Presidential Policy: Some Concerns, David M. Driesen

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Congress Needs Its Own Regulatory Review Office, Susan Dudley

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Prospects for Regulatory Reform, Susan Dudley

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The Costly Effects of Regulatory Burdens, Johan Eklund and Björn Falkenhall

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A Silver Lining in the Supreme Court’s Latest Climate Change Decision, Daniel A. Farber

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Rulemakings at the Fed, CFPB Need White House Supervision, Risa Gordon

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The Myths of Benefit-Cost Analysis, John D. Graham

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Gainful Employment Rule Hurts College Students and Schools, Annie Hsiao and Sam Batkins

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Expand Centralized Regulatory Review to Independent Agencies, Sally Katzen

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Why Congress Should Not Codify Cost-Benefit Analysis Requirements, Sally Katzen

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Why the REINS Act Is Unwise If Not Also Unconstitutional, Sally Katzen

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Over-Regulation of Parthenotes Stifles Valuable Scientific Research, Sean J. Kealy

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Reclaiming Workplace Health and Safety for All, Ragnar E. Löfstedt

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Harvesting Clean Energy, Dick Munson

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Why Costs Should Play No Role in Setting Ozone Standards, Craig N. Oren

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CPR Report on OIRA’s Meetings Ignores Their Context, Stuart Shapiro

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Getting the Numbers Right, Stuart Shapiro

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Do Americans Care About the Debt Ceiling?, David Skeel

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The Dodd-Frank Dilemma, David Skeel

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Google, Microsoft, and Monopoly Probe: Does Attitude Mean Anything?, Abigail Slater

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11th Circuit Rejects Unlimited Power to Impose Federal Mandates, Ilya Somin

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Centralized Review Politicizes Protection of Public Health, Worker Safety, and the Environment, Rena Steinzor

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Perfecting Our Recipe for Regulatory Compliance, Andrew Stoeckle

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Agencies Should Pay For Any Copyrighted Materials They Incorporate by Reference, Peter L. Strauss

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“Deference” is Too Confusing – Let’s Call Them “Chevron Space” and “Skidmore Weight”, Peter L. Strauss

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Regulatory Opinion: Year in Review, The Regulatory Review

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How Bad Math at Federal Agencies Undervalues Human Life, Ben Trachtenberg

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Agencies Should Provide Enhanced Procedural Protections in Aggregate Settlements, Adam Zimmerman

Submissions from 2010

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Elena Kagan and the Regulatory State, Cary Coglianese

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Open Government Plans Revealed, Cary Coglianese

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Transparency and Health Care Reform, Cary Coglianese

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White House Disputes Washington Post Story on Transparency, Cary Coglianese