How cable TV transformed politics—and how politics transformed cable TV
On this one issue, the democratic socialist sounds a lot like a libertarian.
The Edison Electric Institute submitted comments clarifying that although it supports the EPA's goal of decarbonization, the technologies being presented are not sufficiently proven effective.
A combination of "absurdly high" federal tariffs and excessive FDA regulations created the conditions for a crisis.
No one could have considered this possibility, except perhaps the many food-processing facilities that immediately did exactly that.
The senators say they're creating an "independent, bipartisan regulator charged with licensing and policing the nation's biggest tech companies." What could go wrong?
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company cites regulatory costs and a lack of skilled workers as specific impediments. Biden and Congress can fix those without giving out billions of taxpayer dollars.
Foster parents face state regulations that go far beyond preventing abuse and neglect.
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The gaming market remains competitive with a wide variety of options.
The 2018 ban led to the loss of approximately 44,000 jobs and $28 million in revenue.
San Francisco Gets $20 Million Zoning Reform Grant the Same Week It Halts New Housing For Casting Shadows
This is the second RAISE grant San Francisco has received since the Biden administration retooled the program to reward jurisdictions for adopting zoning reforms.
As beef prices increase, biotech could provide a cheaper and tasty alternative.
Fireworks consumption is at record levels even as fireworks injuries fall.
Rent control is getting a rhetorical makeover from progressive policy makers.
Proposed zoning amendments would bar some existing medical dispensaries from participating in recreational sales, should the state ever decide to legalize them.
An examination of French firms associates labor regulations with lower innovation and consumer welfare.
Home prices were unaffected by a ban on buy-to-rent housing in the Netherlands, but more affordable rental housing disappeared.
If a proposal to let pilots do more of their training on flight simulators passes, supporters will have "blood on your hands," says Sen. Tammy Duckworth.
Certificate of need laws hurt consumers by decreasing the supply of services, raising prices, and lowering service quality.
New mandates in states like Utah and Virginia will lock in large incumbents like PornHub while discouraging positive trends and self-regulation in the industry.
The legislation—which was introduced in response to the derailment in East Palestine, Ohio—pushes pet projects and would worsen the status quo.
And it undercuts energy efficiency investments already made by millions of Californians.
In 2019, the Trump administration blocked a costly and ineffective mandate for two-man railroad crews long sought by unions. Now, the former president wholeheartedly supports it.
The Fiscal Responsibility Act falls well short of solving America's permitting crisis.
One Reason for New York's Pitiful Rollout of Legal Pot: License Preferences for Victims of Prohibition
More than two years after legalizing recreational use, the state has just a dozen licensed retailers.
California Regulations Prevent Insurers From Accurately Pricing Wildfire Risk, so Now They're Fleeing the State
California homeowners are finding out that government-imposed market distortions cannot be maintained forever.