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Under current First Amendment jurisprudence, the government is not allowed to prohibit truthful claims about otherwise legal products.

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Days after Richard Cordray stepped down as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, there is a lawsuit over who gets to direct the agency until a new director is confirmed by the Senate.

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A song about statutory interpretation and the administrative state.

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Professor William Funk explains why the administrative law challenges to the Trump Administration's decision to rescind DACA are unlikely to succeed.

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The EEOC did not adequately address when incentives and penalties render program participation "involuntary."

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Some travelers think the FAA should do something about ever-dwindling legroom and comfort on airplanes.

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A federal district court rejects first challenge to FDA rule "deeming" e-cigarettes as tobacco products. On the same day, the D.C. Circuit rejected a challenge to a federal ban on vaping on planes.

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Empirical research on how lower courts apply Chevron deference.

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A circuit split over the constitutionality of the SEC's administrative law judges virtually guarantees Supreme Court review.

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A conference examining due process in the administrative state.

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