Memo to the Next President: Build a Regulatory System That Works for the People

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By James Goodwin, Center for Progressive Reform In an earlier post, CPR Member Scholar Robert Glicksman discussed the need for the next president to champion a truly positive vision of government and regulation. A new way of thinking and talking about these issues is critically important, and...
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Five Deceptive Tactics Automakers Are Using to Fight Fuel Economy Standards

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By Dave Cooke, Union of Concerned Scientists As our federal passenger vehicle efficiency standards come under review, it’s no surprise, sadly, to see a spirited opposition campaign from the nation’s automakers—and one so laden with misinformation. A couple weeks ago, the Automotive Alliance (a...
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FDA: Faulty Devices Had “Minimal” Impact on Xarelto Study

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By David Hilzenrath, Project on Government Oversight The FDA said the use of faulty blood testing devices appears to have had “minimal” impact on a clinical trial of the blood thinner Xarelto that FDA head Robert Califf co-chaired before joining the agency. “Our analyses so far indicate that...
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