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Lifting the visibility of the data industry, our podcast will provide you with the latest insights and developments of this ever-evolving topic.
 
The Regulatory Transparency Project (RTP) seeks to identify and bring attention to the excesses of the administrative state in this country. All too often, over-regulation of the economy stifles innovation, productivity, opportunity and ultimately, the American Dream. We want people to look at regulations which are burdensome and extremely inefficient and not simply submit to them as the cost of doing business but, rather, look for real and concrete ways to change them for the better. The RT ...
 
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This podcast is brought to you by Research Triangle Park, where people + ideas converge. We focus on the intersection of relationships and collaborations throughout the Triangle region of North Carolina. We believe that "better together" is not just a catchy slogan, but the key to sustainability for our growing region will sustain the tremendous growth we are experiencing. Join host Ray Trapp, Vice President of Strategic Engagement for RTF, as he discusses economic development, community eng ...
 
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Ashley Baker and Asheesh Agarwal discuss the FTC's Strategic Plan for 2022 - 2026, which sets out the FTC's priorities over the next five years. Ashley and Asheesh discuss goals that the FTC would like to achieve, their shift from the historically used consumer welfare standard to a public interest standard, and challenges to the FTC's assertion of…
 
In this episode, Michael F. Cannon argues that the federal income tax exclusion of employer-sponsored health insurance is an "accident of history," and has had a significant impact on the American markets for health insurance, medical care, and on the U.S. political system. Read more from Michael Cannon in his article, End the Tax Exclusion for Emp…
 
As plantas invasoras que estão a avançar sobre o património autóctone do nosso único Parque Nacional motivaram o envio de uma carta aberta ao ICNF e à Comissão de Cogestão do Parque Nacional da Peneda-Gerês. Conversamos com um dos seus impulsionadores, Carlos Fragoeiro.Kirjoittanut Biosfera
 
The US-EU Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework, announced in March of this year, is a new agreement governing trans-Atlantic data flows between the United States (US) and the European Union (EU) – specifically data flows from EU countries to the U.S. that contain personal information of EU residents. The new framework is intended to replace the pr…
 
A Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto recebeu uma ERA Chair para a investigação em engenharia de biofilmes. Biofilmes são comunidades biológicas de microrganismos altamente organizadas e envolvidas numa matriz extracelular que lhes confere proteção no desenvolvimento. Conversamos com Nuno Azevedo, coordenador do grupo de investigação c…
 
The Supreme Court’s recent abortion decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization will no doubt have many ramifications. One of the more unusual questions is the impact that Dobbs might have on data privacy. It has long been the case, for example, that cell phone location data can be used to identify certain personal behavior patterns, s…
 
Rafael Marques é co-fundador da Associação BioLiving, que, entre outras ações de conservação da natureza, cria microreservas de espécies arbóreas nativas em terrenos dominados por monoculturas. Recentemente, estes oásis de biodiversidade provaram ser bombeiros qualificados.Kirjoittanut Biosfera
 
In the name of equality, some state and local governments seem to have implemented race-and-gender-based legal quotas in practice if not in name. Wen Fa, an attorney who represents plaintiffs challenging the legality of these laws and policies provides a litigation update on two of his latest cases: CFER v. Alameda County, and Raak Law v. Gast. In …
 
Energy law expert, Professor James W. Coleman, shares his analysis of the factors causing high energy prices - including public policy on the federal, state, and local level - and suggests some policies that might alleviate high energy prices. Featuring: James W. Coleman, Robert G. Storey Distinguished Faculty Fellow and Professor of Law, Southern …
 
Um estudo internacional concluiu que as atividades humanas prejudicam as funções ecológicas de rios e ribeiros. Verónica Ferreira, investigadora do MARE que participou no estudo, explica-nos que a meta-análise permitiu a associação entre pressões antropogénicas e a inibição ou o estímulo de certas funções ecológicas.…
 
In May, the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals vacated a decision of the Securities and Exchange Commission that hedge-fund manager George Jarkesy had committed securities fraud. The case, Jarkesy v. SEC, stuck down an important enforcement provision of Dodd-Frank and represents a potential strengthening of nondelegation and unitary executive prin…
 
In the historic decision of West Virginia v. EPA, the Supreme Court held that the Clean Air Act doesn’t authorize EPA to force America’s electricity sector to switch to renewable sources. The Court invalidated the Obama-era Clean Power Plan, which would have limited the total allowable greenhouse gas emissions of each state’s utility sector under t…
 
In the Executive Office of the President is a small office that most people outside the Beltway have never heard of. The Office of Information & Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) reviews agencies' draft regulations, public information requests, surveys, etc. Across administrations - both Republican and Democratic - it has served as a check on excessive adm…
 
A escassez de água tem tornado a eficiência na gestão deste recurso cada vez mais importante. O Plano Estratégico para o Abastecimento de Água e Gestão de Águas Residuais e Pluviais 2030 está a ser discutido e a associação ZERO apresentou críticas à estratégia na fase de consulta pública. Sara Correia, representante da ZERO, explora connosco os pon…
 
|O que pensam os portugueses sobre a Sustentabilidade? Que práticas aplicam na sua vida e quais estão dispostos a aplicar? Neste Podcast Biosfera, conversamos com Luísa Schmidt, Investigadora principal do OBSERVA - Observatório de Ambiente e Sociedade, que nos guia pelos resultados do último inquérito sobre sustentabilidade, retratados no livro "Su…
 
O que começou como um pequeno movimento de cidadãos indignados com os incêndios de 2017 tornou-se numa associação que já contribuiu para a plantação de 20 mil árvores em Portugal. Pedro Marques, fundador do projeto RMTerra, fala-nos sobre a importância de conectar a população à natureza.Kirjoittanut Biosfera
 
On November 15, 2022, President Biden signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. On May 11, 2022, the White House released the Permitting Action Plan, to "accelerate and deliver infrastructure projects on time, on task, and on budget." The infrastructure bill represents a major public investment in infrastructure development. And yet signif…
 
Milhares de pessoas rumam às praias fluviais do Douro no verão, mas apenas duas estão classificadas seguras para banhos. O Movimento Rio Douro está a sensibilizar a população para os perigos da água contaminada e a importância de investir na melhoria da qualidade do rio e dos seus afluentes.Kirjoittanut Biosfera
 
In this episode, J. Kennerly Davis, Jr., former Deputy Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Virginia, discusses the historical origin of the Defense Production Act, the powers the Act gives to the president, and recent presidents' invocation of the Act in pursuit of public policy objectives. Featuring: - J. Kennerly Davis, Jr., Former Senior At…
 
The Biden administration has pledged to meet what it calls "the accelerating threat of climate change" with a wide-ranging campaign to discourage the production and use of fossil fuels in order to control the emission of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases said to be the principal cause of global warming. The White House has directed regulato…
 
Senior officials in the Administration have expressed concern about cryptocurrencies being used for criminal activity and undermining the dollar as the global reserve currency. These concerns have been heightened with the Russian invasion of Ukraine, evasion of sanctions including North Korean sanctions, cyberattacks, and ransomware. Others contend…
 
In February 2019, then General Counsel of the Department of Transportation (DOT), Steven Bradbury, issued a memo later dubbed the "Bradbury Memo" that addressed concerns about civil enforcement abuse at the agency. Parts of the memo were subsequently made into binding DOT rules. DOT asserted that these rules were designed to protect the due process…
 
On June 23, 2022, David A. Carrillo, Christina Sandefur, Robert F. Williams and moderator Braden Boucek joined us to debate the different purposes and rights guarantees within state constitutions and the federal constitution. What are the federalism implications of an increased focus on state constitutional rights, if that's really the trend? What …
 
Cryptocurrency. Decentralized finance. Nonfungible tokens. Once only experts on the cutting edge of financial services were familiar with these terms. Now, with the emergence of digital assets within the global financial system, crypto, DeFi, and NFTs are becoming part of the mainstream financial services lexicon. The rapidly emerging crypto ecosys…
 
Cryptocurrency. Decentralized finance. Nonfungible tokens. Once only experts on the cutting edge of financial services were familiar with these terms. Now, with the emergence of digital assets within the global financial system, crypto, DeFi, and NFTs are becoming part of the mainstream financial services lexicon. The rapidly emerging crypto ecosys…
 
On May 5, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a new "Comprehensive Environmental Justice Strategy." One piece of this new strategy was an Interim Final Rule reintroducing the use of Supplemental Environmental Projects (SEPs) in environmental enforcement action settlements. As defined by the Biden administration, SEPs are "local …
 
Guests: Dr. Gia Soublet Vice Chancellor, Institutional Advancement at NCCU Dr. Catherine Edmonds Chief of Staff Stephen W. Fusi Chief Brand Officer In This Episode: Grounded in a legacy of 111 years of excellence, NCCU offers top-ranked programs in disciplines including the sciences, law, business, and education. We discuss who each guest considers…
 
On June 7, 2022, the Regulatory Transparency Project hosted a live discussion on occupational licensing via Twitter Spaces. Utah Governor Spencer J. Cox opened the program with remarks on licensing reforms his state has recently pursued, and an expert panel featuring Jon Gabriel, Scott Lincicome, Colin Mortimer, and moderator Shoshana Weissmann the…
 
As the cryptocurrency industry grows, state and federal governments are considering how that industry should be regulated. The President has directed the Secretary of the Treasury to report soon on the issues involved. A draft bill that would regulate stablecoins has been released in the U.S. Senate. Meanwhile, states are competing with one another…
 
In this episode, Adam Thierer interviews Professor Daniel Crane regarding state restrictions on direct car sales and their implications for automobile markets, including the antitrust concerns they may raise. Featuring: - Daniel Crane, Frederick Paul Furth Sr. Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School - [Moderator] Adam Thierer, Senior Fe…
 
Eight years after he was first sworn in, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey will leave office in January 2023 due to the state's limit of two consecutive terms. In this episode, Governor Ducey joined tech policy experts Brent Skorup and Adam Thierer to discuss initiatives aimed at boosting innovation Arizona has launched during his time in office. Their c…
 
In February 2022, the Catawba Nation of South Carolina voted to approve the first tribal digital economic zone in the United States. This "Catawba Digital Economic Zone" includes an independent regulatory framework and commercial code, which its organizers intend to utilize to attract financial technology firms to the Zone as online "ecorporations.…
 
In 2018, then-Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim announced with great fanfare the "New Madison Approach" to intellectual property and antitrust disputes, rejecting the application of antitrust law to licensing disputes involving Standards Essential Patents (SEPs) and announcing that SEP holders should be entitled to injunctive relief like an…
 
On April 18, Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida vacated the Centers for Disease Control's mask mandate for public transportation. Health law and policy expert Joel Zinberg joined the podcast to break down the ruling and examine the strategy behind the Department of Justice's decision…
 
Stablecoins are unique types of digital tokens that have emerged out of the cryptocurrency revolution and have taken center stage in the debate about crypto regulation. Tied to the value of an asset or fiat currency such as the dollar, stablecoins were initially created to ease the trade between different cryptocurrencies and crypto exchanges. Yet …
 
Are state governors subject to the same separation of powers restrictions as the federal president? Expanding on a Regulatory Transparency Project panel discussion on emergency executive power during the pandemic, this event featured experts engaging in a broader separation of powers discussion about the distinctions between the federal and state s…
 
With the Supreme Court about to hear two cases involving the use of race in admissions at Harvard and the University of North Carolina, what do Americans actually think about preferential treatment? Dr. Althea Nagai, Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Equal Opportunity (CEO), presented her analysis of recent data from the Pew Research Center …
 
Experts Ian Adams and Ike Brannon join the podcast to break down recent proposals regarding forced access to railroads. Is concentration an issue within the rail industry? If so, would forced access solve the problem? And what implications would a forced access rule have for the rail industry, and for technological innovation more generally? Read I…
 
In January 2021, the Department of Health and Human Services ("HHS") finalized its SUNSET Rule. Section 610 of the Regulatory Flexibility Act ("RFA") requires agencies to have a written plan to review their significant regulations every ten years to determine their impact on small entities (and to determine whether the regulations should be amended…
 
Guests: Christine J. McPhail President of St. Augustine's University Veronica Creech The Vice President of Economic Development and External Engagement Dr. Carolyn Carter Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Marketing, and Communications. In This Episode: Saint Augustine’s University (SAU and HBCU) was established in 1867 in Raleigh, NC by …
 
In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic was sweeping the country and governors throughout the nation were issuing declarations of emergency. What followed was a perhaps unprecedented period of emergency governance, wherein governors in many states asserted power to manage not only their state's economy, but significant portions of civil society, in re…
 
Data privacy and data security are tech policy concerns that resonate with many voters and policymakers. In the absence of federal data privacy legislation, some states have passed, and others are considering, their own legislation to deal with data privacy questions related to specific technologies including biometrics, among many others. While Ca…
 
Faced with a limited supply of recently-approved COVID-19 treatments, both the State and City of New York have issued directives instructing physicians and providers on how to prioritize treatment. One of the factors to be considered is race. In Roberts v. Bassett, two lifelong New Yorkers challenge the government's race-based allocation of potenti…
 
Social media has become a prominent way for lawmakers, public agencies, experts, and governments to communicate with the public. Meanwhile, a once-obscure provision in federal communications law — Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act — has become a political football because it provides liability protections to internet-based companies lik…
 
"To better understand the challenges small businesses face and to offer recommendations," Institute for Justice's Andrew Meleta and Alex Montgomery "analyzed the codes of 20 large to mid-sized cities, interviewed entrepreneurs from across the country, and mapped out the real-world process of starting five common business types from the entrepreneur…
 
Dr. Oonagh McDonald’s latest book, “Cryptocurrencies: Money, Trust and Regulation,” discusses the nature of money, the introduction of the first cryptocurrency – Bitcoin – and the maturation of the space, how regulators have approached the burgeoning industry, and whether cryptocurrencies might ultimately be viable alternatives to “money” as we kno…
 
Ian Adams joined the podcast to break down the policy aspects of a recent Twitter spat between Elon Musk and California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara. What are telematics, and how are they used by the auto insurance industry? What is California's Proposition 103? What lessons can this episode teach about policy regarding emerging technologies…
 
In October 2020, Michael Cannon and Jeffrey Singer proposed ending the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's authority to decide which drugs are available only by prescription. Their solution: leaving the decision to the drugs' manufacturers. This Regulatory Transparency Project program featured Michael Cannon, former FDA official Joshua Sharfstein, …
 
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