Regulatory Reform

Publications

, Washington Examiner
Red tape entangles SpaceX
Eli Lehrer

From Washington Examiner:

Eli Lehrer, president of the R Street Institute, believes these conditions showcase a much bigger problem than one company’s compliance with government red…

, Newnan Times-Herald
Despite Government Interference, Charity MUST Persevere
Marc Hyden

Few things are more frustrating than supposedly well-intentioned government policies that ultimately devastate large swaths of people. There are plenty of historical examples of this—from high…

Imposing mandatory disclosure policies on businesses is a popular tool—but does it work?
Sarah Wall

Among certain environmental and human rights activists, compelling businesses and corporations to match their enthusiasm in the pursuit of social responsibility has been a key objective for years….

Radio: Shoshana Weissmann on How to Protect Rights and Liberties During an Emergency
Shoshana Weissmann

From Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson:

How do you balance civil liberties with government action during an emergency? Shoshana Weissmann from the R Street Institute joins Boyd to…

Checks, Balances, and Emergencies: Tensions Between Emergency Management Acts and Constitutional Governance
Shoshana Weissmann

Contributors

Braden Boucek
Daniel Greenberg
Kimberly Hermann
Mithun Mansinghani
Clark Neily
Jon Riches
Luke A. Wake
Shoshana Weissmann

 

Introduction

A fire rages…

, Medical Economics
Telehealth: Policy suggestions going forward
Courtney Joslin

From Medical Economics:

The COVID-19 pandemic was the catalyst for a sea change in the way telehealth is used, but as the country attempts to bounce back the question becomes which expansions…

, mHealth Intelligence
Permanent Audio-Only Telehealth, Licensure Flexibilities Key to Virtual Care
Courtney Joslin

From mHealth Intelligence:

As temporary policies to expand access to telehealth inch closer to their expiration dates, states must decide which ones will be made permanent amid the ongoing…

Treat me through the phone: A look at how COVID-19 changed telehealth across the United States
Ann Phelan

WASHINGTON (November 8, 2021) –– In March of 2020, when the United States started to shut down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, most in-person visits for health services and/or preventative…

An Analysis of State and Federal Telehealth Reforms During and Beyond Covid-19
Courtney Joslin

SUMMARY:
By March 17, 2020, most states had declared a state of emergency due to the spread of COVID-19, and governors began to issue executive orders aimed at controlling the spread of the virus….

, Orange County Register
Land-use bill promotes freedom and property rights
Steven Greenhut

SACRAMENTO – Conservatives promote the importance of property rights, free markets, regulatory reform, small businesses, family values and the need to reduce the power of unelected bureaucrats. In…

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