The United States in 2020 has been scarred by an extreme wildfire season and a viral pandemic. Fires have ravaged the Southwest, the Rockies, the Pacific Northwest, and California since April. Meantime, COVID-19 has been spreading across the country since March, infecting millions and killing hundreds of thousands of Americans, along with many others around the world. In this issue of Regulation, Dean Lueck and Jonathan Yoder discuss what can we learn about virus management from wildfire management history. Also in this issue, Sam Batkins and Ike Brannon argue that, despite the headlines, the Trump administration will likely have little lasting effect on federal regulation.
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Despite the headlines, the Trump administration will likely have little lasting effect on federal regulation.