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Regulatory Advantages of the Administrative Law Court System

Recommendations for reform of the Administrative Law Court system

Comment on FinCEN's Anti-Money Laundering Regulations for Residential Real Estate Transfers

Public interest comment by RSC Policy Analyst Sarah Hay

Regulation by Adjudication

If the Supreme Court limits or overturns the Chevron Deference doctrine, it will likely lead to a phase of regulation by adjudication as agencies adapt

Technology and Public Commenting: Congress Takes Action

A new legislative proposal aims to implement ACUS recommendations to better handle mass campaigns in the public commenting process.

Summary: Discussing Agile Regulation

Agile regulation may enable agencies to respond to public needs to a greater extent than they could under rigid rulemaking procedures

Will Crypto Regulation Become a Partisan Issue?

With no clear mandate on crypto regulation from Congress or the public, crypto regulation has so far fallen mostly to executive branch agencies.

Summary: Is OIRA Still Fit for Purpose?

Participants discussed OIRA's function as a rational bureaucracy charged with producing regulations yielding net social benefits

Understanding the Demand-Side of an Illegal Market: Prohibition of Menthol Cigarettes

Working paper considers unintended consequences of the FDA's proposed ban on menthol cigarettes.

A Lookback at the Law: How Congress Uses the CRA

How the Congressional Review Act works and how Congress uses it.

Summary: Discussing Applications of Generative AI to Rule Development and Evaluation

In a wide-ranging discussion, breakout session participants highlighted potential risks and benefits of AI tools, particularly for the public commenting process