In this episode, David Hyman, Roger Klein, and Shoshana Weissmann discuss potential regulatory reforms that could allow governments and private actors to be more responsive to public health threats.Listen to this podcast
In this episode, Matthew Feeney hosts a discussion with Ashkhen Kazaryan and Caleb Watney on the approach regulators might take to the brave new world of facial recognition technology.Listen to this podcast
Does New York’s “rent stabilization” law violate the federal Constitution? Richard Epstein and Andrew Pincus discuss.
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In this episode, Jeff Stier draws on the experience of Impossible Burger to argue for light touch regulation on harm-reducing technologies.Listen to this podcast
In this episode, Ashley Baker and Nathan Leamer discuss the mechanics and processes of FISA, recent controversies, and issues Congress will consider as it determines whether and how to renew these key provisions.Listen to this podcast
In this episode, Professors David Adelman and James Coleman discuss the recently proposed changes to the NEPA process and examine the potential effects.Listen to this podcast
In this episode, James Coleman and Sharmila Murthy discuss the constitutionality of California’s cap and trade agreement with Quebec.Listen to this podcast