Special economic zones can be anything from tools of crony capitalism to seeds of a freer world order.
Lawmakers are right to seek occupational licensing reform.
As we prepare for a new "era of limits," Democrats may need to reclaim their party's forgotten history of rolling back government.
My new Penn Regulatory Review article explains why =widespread claims that Trump is a deregulator are undermined by his immigration policies, which include increases in regulation that outweigh reductions he may have achieved elsewhere.
It's time we unleashed non-physicians to help opioid addicts.
A year into Donald Trump's presidency, how are things going?
Virginia's new Democratic politicians have a chance, but it goes against their partisan instincts.
Don't freak out about a slight fall in the number of federal safety inspectors.
The change would put D.C. in line with a rapidly rising number of states allowing pharmacist-prescribed oral contraceptives.
Slowing the flood of new rules and rolling back old ones keep some Americans in the president’s corner.
When it comes to the FDA and USDA, where's the scaling back of rules?
Economy advances while administrative state recedes; lefty commentators hardest hit.
A TaxPayers’ Alliance report says EU farm subsidies, tariffs, and overly strict regulations have made food in Britain seventeen percent costlier.
Contrary to his reputation (and Twitter feed), the president has been selectively trimming executive power.
The USDA just dumped Obama administration's proposed ridiculous biotech crop regulations; the FDA should quickly follow suit.
Pruning back regulation doesn't have to be a partisan issue.
FDA head Scott Gottlieb overturns Obama's ban on direct-to-consumer genetic testing.
Regulatory slowdown/rollback continues apace, but real deregulation requires congressional courage.
What's wrong with the other 55 percent?