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Social media regulation: The government can’t help
Theo Menon

Billionaire businessman Elon Musk took the reins of Twitter earlier this year following extended corporate negotiations. Ever since Musk announced his intentions to pursue Twitter ownership, the…

When it comes to birth control access, Gov. Whitmer and her colleagues have work to do
Courtney Joslin & Sophia Heimowitz

Given new uncertainties surrounding reproductive healthcare in the United States, state policymakers face increased pressure to secure birth control access. This past fall, Michigan’s Gov. Gretchen…

Florida and Reinsurance – Pulling Back the Covers
Jerry Theodorou

The Florida Legislature will conduct a special session during the week of December 12 focusing on fixes for a failing, flailing insurance market in the state that has reached crisis levels. Symptoms…

Trump rejects the Constitution that presidents swear to protect
Eli Lehrer

Donald Trump’s campaign of lies about his loss in the 2020 election took an even darker turn recently when the former president called for the “termination of all rules, regulations, and…

Our thoughts on environmental, social and governance (ESG) action
Eli Lehrer

In recent years, a movement for improved environmental, social and governance (ESG) action in the private sector has emerged as a major public policy issue. Because this ESG movement touches on…

Clean Slate: Old Arrest Records Hurt Public Safety and Economic Stability
Logan Seacrest

Everyone makes mistakes. It’s an unavoidable part of life. Most people can move on and learn from their indiscretions. But imagine being unable to get a job, rent an apartment or get an…

ITC Policy Project Series:  PAE + SEP = Strange Stipulation
William Jenks

The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently issued its decision in INVT SPE LLC v International Trade Commission and HTC America, Inc. In this case, the International Trade Commission…

The Perfect Congress? Opportunities for Advancing Good Policy in 2023 and Beyond
Jeff Vanderslice

After a long wait and many surprises, it is now clear that the House of Representatives will be controlled by Republicans at the start of the next Congress. “Control” of the Senate will remain…

Opportunities for Improvement to California’s Age-Appropriate Design Code and Similar Laws
Chris Riley

A long-standing proverb of tech politics is that it’s hard for a legislator to vote against kids. Little wonder, then, that California’s Age-Appropriate Design Code (AADC), AB-2273, was voted…

Outlook for Energy Policy Under the Next Congress
Philip Rossetti & Josiah Neeley

The 2022 election results are finally coming into focus, which now leads to the question everyone is asking: what will energy and climate policy look like in the next Congress? The picture being…

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