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The eccentricities, let’s say, of the current President obscure something very interesting and important that is occurring now in the regulatory system. So I will try, in my seven or so minutes, to describe what’s changed and why it represents the beginning of a serious reimagining—yes, a serious one—of the regulatory process. As a baseline […]
On May 23, 2017, the World Health Assembly, the decision-making body of the World Health Organization, elected Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus as the new Director-General of WHO.  Dr Ghebreyesus, a former Ethiopian Health Minister, is the first African leader of the international organization.  WHO is distinct among international organizations for its ability to initiate both treaties […]
If you’re in D.C. tomorrow and wanting to chat more about Chevron deference, I’ll be presenting the findings from my coauthored study Chevron in the Circuit Courts (with Kent Barnett, Michigan Law Review forthcoming) at the D.C. Bar. Here are the details from the D.C. Bar website: Chevron Deference in the Circuit Courts Date & […]
Last Thursday, fifteen states and the District of Columbia moved to intervene in House v. Price, the case about the ACA’s cost-sharing reductions. At the same time, they asked the court to hear the case promptly. This is a bigger deal than it may seem, and could offer some comfort to insurers that are in […]

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