Summer 2015
Regulation

Groundhog Day at the FCC

Consumers don’t benefit from “reflexive protectionism.”

Summer 2015
Regulation

Reforming Housing Assistance

The federal government can serve more families at a lower cost than its current hodgepodge of programs.

Summer 2015
Regulation

What Hath the FCC Wrought?

As Title II “net neutrality” moves toward implementation, some proponents are having second thoughts. What is to be done?

Regulation Vol. 38 No. 2

Summer 2015

As Title II “net neutrality” moves toward implementation, some proponents are having second thoughts. What is to be done? Gerald R. Faulhaber says that we wish to avoid the Internet being sucked into the vortex of Title II public utility regulation, we must depend upon Congress to act. Also in this issue, Christopher T. Robertson and Keith A. Joiner offer some new approaches to cutting health care costs while expanding access to care, and Edgar O. Olsen suggests reforms to low‐​income housing assistance.

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Blog

The FDA’s Trans Fat Ban: Their Laws, Your Body

The Obama administration’s Food and Drug Administration today announced a near‐​ban, in the making since 2013, on the use of partially hydrogenated vegetable fats (“trans fats”) in American food manufacturing.