Compared to other areas of the economy, the U.S. energy sector (except for the electricity industry) historically has been lightly regulated and relatively free.
The National Labor Relations Act of 1937 (Wagner Act, or NLRA) fundamentally altered the relationship between employers and employees in the United States.
The current process for pharmaceutical firms seeking Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for new medications is long and arduous.
Over the past several years, the popularity of “transportation network providers” (rideshare) has grown exponentially across the country.
Like all other multicellular organisms, human beings have endocrine systems.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) allows states to expand Medicaid to cover individuals making up to 133 percent of the federal poverty level.
The Federal Communications Commission in May voted 3-2 to advance new Internet rules addressing two major polic
Municipal broadband efforts have failed in nearly every place they have been implemented, costing taxpayers millions while tackling a nonexistent problem.
The Ohio Senate took a small but important first step for electricity consumers by voting to freeze the state’s Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard, also known as a Renewable Portfolio Standard (
The federal environmental regulatory system is broken.