Congress Is Coming for Chemical Contamination

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By Sonya Lunder, Sierra Club Our country’s toxic legacy— a historical failure to safeguard communities from industrial chemicals— is on full display lately. The evidence is mounting about widespread contamination by a family of industrial chemicals known as PFAS. Once again, man-made chemicals...
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Enforcing Title IX: Our Letter to Policy Makers

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By Shiwali Patel, National Women’s Law Center Today, we sent a letter to educational policy makers in every state to remind them that Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 has not changed, despite all of the actions taken by Betsy DeVos to try to weaken Title IX protections for...
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An Analysis of OHV Recalls: Increasing Number of OHVs Pulled from Market Due to Safety Concerns

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By Rachel Weintraub, Consumer Federation of America A Consumer Federation of America (CFA) analysis of off highway vehicle (OHV) recalls found that over the past 10 years, there have been 92 OHV recalls, and the number of recalls has increased from two recalls in 2010 to 18 recalls in 2018......
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Trump’s New Overtime Proposal Will Let Employers Keep Making You Work For Free

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By Maggie Hagen, National Women’s Law Center In a long string of anti-worker regulations, the U.S. Department of Labor has proposed a rule change to dramatically weaken the overtime rules issued by the Obama Administration in 2016, a move that will leave more than 8 million worki...
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CPR Member Scholars Feature Prominently in this Year’s Duke Administrative Law Symposium

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By James Goodwin, Center for Progressive Reform The annual Duke Law Journal Administrative Law Symposium has long served as one of the most prestigious fora for cutting-edge administrative law scholarship. This year’s event, which featured the leadership and contributions of six CPR...
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