The airline will either clean up its act or go out of business. Meanwhile, the government plods along.
While not a cure-all, universal recognition reduces the costs and time commitments of mandated training.
While some Republicans may have had misguided motivations, a few disrupted McCarthy's campaign in order to enact fiscal restraint. Their colleagues were fine with business as usual.
Deregulated states may spend more on transmission, but that part of the market is still heavily regulated.
Reformers had two years of unprecedented victories—and then protectionists started using scare tactics to block them
With the FORMULA Act soon to expire, the U.S. baby formula market is about to return to the conditions that left it so vulnerable to a shortage in the first place.
Fixing federal permitting rules and easing immigration policies would help companies like the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, which are interested in building more plants in America.
Alcohol-related ballot measures were in play in several states last week. The results were lukewarm.
From immigration to drug reform, there is plenty of potential for productive compromise.
The administration's draft regulations expand and complicate who the federal government considers an "employee."
Businesses are all in favor of competition, tax cuts, and deregulation only until they aren't—meaning only until subsidies might benefit them.
Environmentalists, Senate Republicans Unite to Kill Joe Manchin's Plan to Streamline Environmental Review
The West Virginia senator had proposed a series of exceedingly modest tweaks designed to speed up the yearslong environmental review process for new energy projects.
Government should not penalize investment, thwart competition, discourage innovation and work, or obstruct production.
California's cities require developers to include a minimum number of parking spaces in their projects, regardless of whether those spaces are in demand. A state bill would change that.
Bedford's New Hope Christian Fellowship Church argues in a lawsuit that the town is applying uniquely restrictive rules to its religious gatherings.
Democrats' Rejection of Permit Streamlining Resolution Doesn't Bode Well for Joe Manchin's 'Side Deal'
The West Virginia senator conditioned his support for the Inflation Reduction Act on reforming federal environmental review laws. His Senate colleagues don't seem so hot on the idea.
The West Virginia senator proposes marginal reforms to a federal permitting process that policy wonks say needs a root-and-branch overhaul.
Liz Truss promises a tax-cutting, deregulatory model for Britain.
It may now require notice and comment to rescind final rules that were never published in the Federal Register.
Atlanta, Sioux Center, and too many other cities and towns are still treating food trucks like second-class businesses.
If approved, the drug could increase access to effective birth control.
The agency is now taking small steps to allow foreign formula manufacturers to import their goods into the U.S.
What was once a classic Silicon Valley success story has become the victim of an intensely ideological war on nicotine.
Research on the effects of Oregon's loosening of its self-service gas ban finds that allowing adults to pump their own gas increases supply and lowers prices.
The Pine Tree State is embracing California-style housing reforms. It could run into California-style problems.
The history of wine delivery is pretty clear.
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A California Supreme Court decision freezing enrollment at the state's flagship university is focusing the public's fury on the normally obscure, but incredibly consequential, California Environmental Quality Act.
Distillers have been granted emergency regulatory relief—for now.
The Department of Energy's new energy efficiency rule drags us back to the dark days of 2013, when showers were allowed to emit no more than 2.5 gallons of water a minute.
It's oppressively hard, if not impossible, to sell homemade food in the Bay State. One lawmaker proposes massive regulatory reform.
Donald Trump legalized energy-hungry short-cycle dishwashers. The current administration is undoing that progress.
Convenient online sports betting is legal and live in 14 states.
A measure awaiting the governor's signature would make it easier for natural hair braiders in Wisconsin to work.
A bipartisan bill in Congress seeks to get the FDA out of the premium cigar industry.
Dr. Lee Gross' direct primary care practice takes the complexity and unaffordability out of health care.
COVID-19 has exposed the problems of a centralized food supply and built momentum for sweeping deregulation of the meat industry.
Grocery stores hate expanding food freedom, but why is the head of Maine's farmers market coalition so nervous?
Oklahoma, Alabama, and Montana are the latest states to deregulate homemade food sales.
Will home cooking become the new dining out?
The Restoring Board Immunity Act would give states yet another reason to rein in overzealous licensing authorities.