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Regulations news and analysis from The Nation
September 15, 2017
Betsy DeVos Is Helping Education Profiteers Rip Off Students
Left for dead under Obama, the industry is suddenly getting everything it wants.
September 1, 2017
Trump Budget Cuts Could Halt the Investigation Into the Texas Chemical Plant Explosion
Trump wants to eliminate the US Chemical Safety Board, which is looking into the Arkema explosion.
June 19, 2017
This Indigenous Group Traveled 500 Miles Across Argentina to Deliver a Simple Message
In the province of Río Negro, the Mapuche are engaged in the fight of their lives to protect their land.
June 2, 2017
How the States Can Still Fight Climate Change—Without the Federal Government
If states can raise taxes on socially detrimental substances like alcohol and tobacco, they can certainly do the same for greenhouse emissions.
May 3, 2017
The New Republican Health-Care Plan Is Single-Payer for Dummies
It’s important to understand what the GOP is trying to do.
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April 26, 2017
The People Have Spoken: They Want More Government
So let’s give it to them, by building a high-wage economy that protects workers, not banks and corporations.
April 21, 2017
Scientists Are Marching Because Things Are Not Normal
The Trump administration threatens the integrity of scientific research and the citizens who depend on it.
April 21, 2017
The CFPB Just Sued a Crooked Mortgage Servicer, but Indicted Itself
The lawsuit against Ocwen is welcome, but should have happened four years ago.
April 18, 2017
Remember When Donald Trump Promised to Save Social Security?
Instead, the administration is reportedly considering a plan to eliminate the payroll tax and replace it with a VAT.
April 13, 2017
An Olympic-Sized Bribery Scandal Crashes Down on Rio’s Former Mayor Eduardo Paes
Eduardo Paes was supposed to be the future of Brazilian politics. Not anymore.