A study found a "high rate of substitution" between vapes and cigarettes, suggesting that policies aimed at preventing underage use are undermining public health.
The best reforms would correct the real problems of overcriminalization and overincarceration, as well as removing all artificial barriers to building more homes.
"These policies are motivated by good intentions. But that doesn't mean that the consequences of these policies will turn out well."
Removing high tariffs from foreign imports of baby formula would ease the supply shock of possible factory closures.
A new report details how the city's famed social housing system is suffering from diminishing affordability, deteriorating quality, and funding shortfalls.
States that allow home chefs to sell perishable foods report no confirmed cases of relevant foodborne illness.
In addition to licensing regimes, there have also been calls for creating a new agency to regulate AI.
One Montreal restaurant was cited for having "fish and chips" on its menu.
The Commodities Futures Trading Commission announces charges and settlements with three companies that may mean very bad news for all DeFi operations doing business with U.S. citizens.
Colleges and universities in the state are required to get approval when they want to offer new degree programs.
The 1988 case highlighted the DEA's stubborn insistence that marijuana has no "accepted medical use."
Although the HHS-recommended change would benefit researchers and the cannabis industry, it would not resolve the conflict between state and federal marijuana laws.
A Texas judge ordered that the airline submit to training on the rights of religious believers after losing a religious discrimination lawsuit.
A new study from Belgian researchers found that paper straws had higher concentrations of long-lasting, water resistant "forever chemicals" than plastic or steel straws.
George Koob says the U.S. could follow Canada's lead and recommend no more than two alcoholic drinks per week.
"You need an argument for why this is good for society. That's important, but you also need money."
An emergency proclamation by Gov. Josh Green offers developers the opportunity to route around almost all regulations on building homes.
Painkiller reflects an indiscriminate anti-opioid bias that has caused needless suffering.
The answer? Because special interests and government prevent the free market from working the way it should.
The cannabis initiative will appear alongside a measure aimed at protecting abortion rights, which could boost its chances.
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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