We looked inside some of the tweets by @TheRegReview and here's what we found interesting.
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House committee chairs are calling on federal agencies to extend comment deadlines and reschedule public hearings and meetings affected by the partial federal government shutdown.
The clock is ticking on President #Trump's deregulatory agenda, writes @SusanEDudley. At least two things working against him are the Congressional Review Act and the fact that significant rules "can take two years or longer" to issue.
"Human activity is to blame" for the mass extinction of insects. Researchers worry that it could have cascading effects for the world's ecosystem.
An essay by Richard J. Pierce, Jr. discusses the different approaches to #TitleIX implementation in the "context of accusations of sexual misconduct." He believes the new approach best protects the "procedural safeguards due process requires."
Richard Revesz, professor at @nyulaw, and Burcin Unel, director at the @policyintegrity, argue that states must create proper incentives to promote effective energy storage policies so that clean energy systems can reduce emissions
Some lawmakers in Arizona are pushing to declare #pornography a public health emergency, "citing concerns about the proliferation of erotic images online and their 'toxic' effect on behavior." Democrats in AZ argue there is a lack of scientific evidence.
Bruce Levinson, Senior VP at The Center for #Regulatory Effectiveness, captures some of OIRA’s contributions to the administrative state over the last two years, which in his view demonstrate the renewed vigor of #OIRA under the current Administration
Richard Revesz, professor at @nyulaw, and Burcin Unel, director at the @policyintegrity, argue that states must create proper incentives to promote effective #energystorage policies so that clean energy systems can reduce emissions
In "stark contrast" to the way the Obama Administration handled the issue, the Trump Administration proposed a #rule that would "allow students who are accused of such sex crimes to cross-examine their accusers and other witnesses."
A perhaps unexpected problem facing #cannabis regulators? "Exploding pot factories" due to high-risk cannabis oil extractions.
As a newly appointed member of a committee of @theNASEM's Transportation Research Board, Warren Center affiliate Cary Coglianese will contribute to a review of the Offshore Oil and Gas Operations Inspection Program. Read more:
Richard Revesz, professor at @nyulaw, and Burcin Unel, director at the @policyintegrity, argue that states must create proper incentives to promote effective energy storage policies so that clean energy systems can reduce #emissions
In light of a pharmaceutical company being investigated by the #JusticeDepartment for aggressively marketing pills to the elderly, revisit an essay arguing that using retrospective #drug safety data can improve patient care
A pharmaceutical company that aggressively marketed a #drug to nursing home residents with #dementia now faces significant financial penalties as the result of an investigation by the Justice Department, via @blakeellis3 @melhicken @CNN
The #Senate approves a potential 1 million acre increase in national conservation lands while #EPA's annual enforcement report shows fewer inspections and penalties were brought in 2018. Read about these and other developments in our "Week in Review"