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March 25, 2020 -- Volume 9, Number 12

Features rulemaking activity related to the novel coronavirus from the CDC, FDA, Federal Reserve, and HHS

With opinions and analysis from Susan Dudley, Alec Stapp, Richard Thaler, Nick Hart, Sally Satel, and Cass Sunstein.

Plus news from Bloomberg, TIMEWall Street Journal, and NPR.

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Features rulemaking activity related to the novel coronavirus, EPA's transparency in regulatory science, and FDA regulations related to cigarette labels. 

With opinions and analysis from Ben Ritz, Roslyn Layton, Adam Millsap, Sidney Shapiro, and Jerry Ellig.

Plus news from New York Times, Reuters, Wall Street Journal, and The Hill.

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Features rulemaking activity from DOJ on the collection of DNA from immigrants, EPA's ozone protections, and FDA regulations related to tobacco and cannabis products. 

With opinions and analysis from Tyler Cowen, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Roger Klein, Elizabeth Whitman, and Jennifer Huddleston.

Plus news from The EconomistWall Street JournalReuters, and E&E News.

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Features rulemaking activity related to Executive Order 13891, travel restrictions associated with the coronavirus, and proposals from the FDIC, CFPB, and USDA. 

With opinions and analysis from Cass Sunstein, Noah Feldman, Kathleen Walch, Bruce Yandle, Kathryn Miles, and Brent Skorup.

Plus news from NPR, Wall Street Journal, The Hill, and New York Times.

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Features UPenn law professor Cary Coglianese:
"And this brings me back to the GW Regulatory Studies Center at the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration at the George Washington University. This Center and the great university within which it resides is exactly the kind of place where many people can and do come to learn the skills needed to regulate better."

With opinions and analysis from Andy Kessler, Sophie Cousins, James Broughel, Richard Epstein, and Chelsea Boyd.

Plus news from Federal News Network, Bloomberg, The Hill, and Financial Times.

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Features opinions and analysis from Jason Zweig, Sally Satel, the Institute for Policy Integrity, John Tierney, Farhad Manjoo, the Cato Institute, and Rep. Michael Burgess.

Rulemaking highlights include the IRS on income tax witholdings, DOE's energy conservation program, & the FTC's regulations of the funeral industry.

Plus news from WBUR On PointForbesWall Street Journal, and Government Executive.

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Features opinions and analysis from Jennifer Huddleston, Alexis Wichowski, Henry Miller, and Courtney Joslin.

Rulemaking highlights include the EPA's renewable fuel standards, DOT's automated vehicle policies, and the CDC's quarantine regulations.

Plus news from FortuneWall Street JournalQuartz, and The Atlantic.

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Features opinions and analysis from Jerry Ellig, Amanda Myers, Holman Jenkins, Emily Hamilton, James Broughel, and Josiah Neeley.

Rulemaking highlights include DOT's proposal on traveling with service animals, FAA's approach to registering personal drones, and DOL's rescision of the qualified worker rule.

Plus news from Federal News Network, Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, and The Hill.

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Features opinions and analysis from Cass Sunstein, Marie Sapirie, Greg Ip, Samantha Gross, and Jerry Ellig.

Rulemaking highlights include OMB action on regulatory enforcement, USDA's school food quality, Dept. of State on visas while pregnant, an expensive SEC proposal.

With popular media reports from Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, New York Times, and The Hill. 

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Rulemaking from DOL, EPA, CDC, CMS, and a public meeting from GSA.

Opinions from Bruce Schneier, George Shultz, Corlyn Herzog, Justin Fox, and Gregory Squires. 

Research and events from AEI, Bipartisan Policy, Brookings, and the C. Boyden Gray Center.

 


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Dr. Roslyn Layton

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American Enterprise Institute

"The Regulation Digest is better than an algorithm."


 

The Regulatory Studies Center Update

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March 2020

This update includes testimony before the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, and the General Services Administration by Steven Balla.

Academic papers by Bridget Dooling, Jerry Ellig, Chris Carrigan, Mark Febrizio, and Susan Dudley, and public interest comments submitted to the Surface Transportation Board, Council on Environmental Quality, the Office of Management and Budget, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Plus various commentaries, op-eds, and quotes in popular media outlets, including Federal News Network, The Hill, E&E News, Forbes, and Government Executive.

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This update includes an announcement about our 10th anniversary at GW, #RegStudies10!

We feature research from our scholars published by Brookings, the Public Administration Review, and the Review of Austrian Economics journal.

There is also a working paper by Chris Carrigan, Jerry Ellig, and Zhoudan Xie, as well as Mark Febrizio and Susan Dudley's Regualtors' Budget report with Melinda Warren from the Weidenbaum Center.

Plus various commentaries, op-eds, and quotes in popular media outlets like The Wall Street Journal, The Hill, Bloomberg, Forbes, Government Executive, Law 360, and Health Affairs.

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Working papers, public interest comments, and Congressional testimony by Jerry Ellig, Bridget Dooling, Brian Mannix, Susan Dudley, and Joseph Cordes.

Plus five articles posted by the Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis convened by the GW Regulatory Studies Center, and scholarly quotes in the Wall Street Journal, Federal News Network, Associated Press, and Bloomberg.

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Congressional testimony from Susan Dudley, and public interest comments submitted to the IRS, FDA, DOE, and EPA.

This update also includes our USDA report analyzing the relationship between regulatory form and agricultural productivity, and op-eds in the Washington Post, The Hill, and Forbes.

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A series of essays, Adapting Policy Analysis for Uncertain Futures, on cyber attacks, nuclear war, and machine learning.

Plus Congressional testimony, an FCC report, and popular media hits from Real Clear Policy, Bloomberg, Forbes, and Government Executive.

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This update includes research on privacy regulations, benefit-cost analysis, and regulatory science.

Plus a review of the top developments in regulatory policy for 2018, and scholarly quotes in Federal News Network, Business Journal, E&E News, Reuters, and Bloomberg.