CEI Today: Regulations, Supreme Court, Paris climate treaty, and more

 

Tuesday, January 5, 2016
In the News Today

REGULATIONS > LAWS - WAYNE CREWS


The 2016 Unconstitutionality Index: 39 Federal Rules for Every Law Congress Passes


Federal agencies and bureaus were far more busy than Congress: agencies issued 3,408 rules and regulations in 2015. That's 39 rules and regulations for every law. I like to call that multiple “The Unconstitutionality Index.” > Read more

SUPREME COURT - IVAN OSORIO

In Friedrichs v. CTA, Supreme Court Can Strike a Blow for Free Speech


Oral arguments in one of the most important Supreme Court labor cases in years are set for January 11, with potential major implications in the one area where unions remain strong—government work. > Read more

> Interview Ivan Osorio

PARIS CLIMATE TREATY - MARLO LEWIS

 
Paris Agreement: Recycled “Process” Socialism

Both conservative gloating and green grousing about the treaty being “toothless” overlook what matters most in climate policy: politics. > Read more

> Interview Marlo Lewis

INDUSTRY LESSONS - FRED L. SMITH, JR. & MARC SCRIBNER

What the near-death of the railroad industry can teach American business leaders


Fighting to lift the weight of government restrictions is possible — and profitable. > Read the Washington Examiner commentary


> Interview an expert

 

 

 

    

 

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