Beware Toxic Algae Over the Fourth of July

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By Anne Schechinger, Environmental Working Group Over the Fourth of July holiday, don’t act like the crowds recreating in Grand Lake St. Marys, Ohio. With area pools closed due to the pandemic, people are flocking to the lake to cool off, despite the state’s guidelines on social distancing and...
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New Federal Monopoly Standards Do Not Pass Go

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By Alex Harman, Public Citizen At the beginning of this year, the Department of Justice Antitrust Division and the Federal Trade Commission issued Draft Vertical Merger Guidelines. While this might seem like a hyper-technical endeavor, it became the latest battlefield in the effort to...
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Seila Law v. CFPB: What’s Unconstitutional for One May Not Be Unconstitutional for All

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By Rebecca Jones, Project on Government Oversight This week, the Supreme Court issued a decision that could help clear the way for Congress to pass crucial protections for inspectors general. While the case at hand, Seila Law LLC v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, does not directly...
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