Publications

Publications

, Business Report
‘LaPolitics:’ A closer look at election security, Ascension’s open seat
Paul Rosenzweig

From Business Report:

“Key states still need federal help replacing old election equipment or upgrading it, according to a report out today from the Brennan Center, Alliance for Securing…

, Route Fifty
Protecting Election Systems Will Take Much More Federal Money, Report Says
Paul Rosenzweig

From Route Fifty:
The report, which was also sponsored by the Alliance for Securing Democracy, R Street Institute and University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy and Security, examined…

, Defense One
Protecting US Elections Needs Much More Federal Money: Report
Paul Rosenzweig

From Defense One:

The report, which was also sponsored by the Alliance for Securing Democracy, R Street Institute and University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy and Security,…

, Daily Kos
New study finds states need more funding to protect elections, funding McConnell won’t allow
Paul Rosenzweig

From Daily Kos:
A report released last week from the Brennan Center for Justice, the R Street Institute, the University of Pittsburgh’s Institute for Cyber Law, Policy and Security, and the…

, Barron's
Letters to the Editor
Alex J. Pollock

Power Struggle
To the Editor:
Discussing the tension between President Trump and Fed Chairman Powell, Steven Sears describes it as “this historically unusual relationship between two of the…

The First Step Act of 2018: Risk and Needs Assessment System
Arthur Rizer

From the U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General:
Senior Department leadership, including the Director of NIJ and representatives from the Office of Deputy Attorney General and the…

New FERC makeup could ease rules mandating power purchases from US renewables
Travis Kavulla

From S&P Global Market Intelligence:
Other industry sources also expect action soon from FERC. “I would expect that PURPA reform would be one of the very first things a commission that has a 2-1…

You’ve Got Mail: Formalizing the USPS Universal Service Obligation
Corinne Day

WASHINGTON (July 22, 2019)—Throughout the last year, the Postal Regulatory Commission and the Presidential Task Force on Postal Reform have made calls for legislative clarification of the U.S….

Formalizing the USPS Universal Service Obligation
Nick Zaiac

What history has shown is that universal mail service has meant many different things over the centuries. And now, as the postal service faces the prospects of permanent decline, Congress may see…

Getting the Most out of Scooters for Last-Mile Transportation
Nick Zaiac

The advent of electric scooters, bicycles and other battery-powered transportation devices has opened frontiers in urban mobility. These devices stand to fulfill demand for short trips that would be…