Regulatory Change & the Trump Administrative State Conference

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Next Thursday, May 2nd, the C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State will be hosting a conference on the Hill entitled The Constitution’s First Branch⏤Rediscovering the Legislative Power. Jonathan Adler and I will be participating on the first panel to discuss our current project on Congress’s role in addressing the temporal issues […]
Summary:  This post chronicles a story of enforcement failure, shaming remedies, and replacement of proactive disclosure with reactive disclosure.  In February 2017, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (“APHIS”) “took down” publicly-available databases and re-populated them with significant redactions.  The D.C. Circuit recently opined on APHIS’s action in PETA v. U.S. Department of Agriculture. […]
The Census Case, argued tomorrow, could influence elections for the next decade. The decennial count forms the basis for the apportionment of congressional districts and state redistricting efforts. Suffice to say that a lot of hand-wringing goes into counting people. No wonder that litigation was swift to follow the Secretary of Commerce’s decision last March […]
From the Duke Law Journal editors: The Duke Law Journal invites proposals for its 50th Annual Administrative Law Symposium, to be held in February 2020, at Duke University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina. The Duke Law Journal’s Administrative Law Symposium has been the premier administrative law event for over four decades. Previous symposia […]

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