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Halbig opinion on DC Circuit website, other materials in law school repository


The opinion of the 3-judge panel is here. Our own Jonathan Adler co-wrote an amicus brief in the case, and an influential law review article in Health Matrix first advancing the statutory argument accepted by two of the DC Circuit judges. The article is available on Scholarly Commons, the law school’s repository of scholarship: http://scholarlycommons.law.case.edu/faculty_publications/25/ …Read the Rest

New Research Guide: Judges and Judging Finding and Using Data


A new research guide “Judges and Judging: Finding and Using Data” has been added to the library website.  The first part of this research guide is to help users locate data about judges and judging. The second part offers examples of how this type of data can be used. From the guide: Often articles about …Read the Rest

Public Health: Past and Present


The Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service has been helping prevent the spread of disease by soldiers returning from foreign ports, maintaining immigrant health, and responding to natural and man-made disasters for over 200 years. The ability of the (United) State(s) to use police power to protect the public health goes back to the …Read the Rest

The Upshot


A recent Fact Tank chart of the week, “Another way to see employment,” by Drew Desilver introduced me to another blog that often discusses data in their posts. The Upshot is a New York Times blog which “provides news, analysis and graphics about politics, policy and everyday life.” The Fact Tank post discussed a chart in The Upshot …Read the Rest

Pen Power


President Obama has said that he will use the power of the pen (and the telephone) to get results for the American people during his final term. While he did veto two pending federal laws during the first legislative session of his presidency, given the general dysfunction of Congress of late, the President’s current “pen power” …Read the Rest

Utility Air Regulatory Group v. E.P.A.


On June 23, 2014, the United States Supreme Court released its decision in Utility Air Regulatory Group v. E.P.A. Lyle Denniston, at SCOTUSblog, reported that the EPA “mostly” won, with a 7 to 2 vote in favor of the agency’s ability “to impose air pollution control strategy on many of the power plants and other …Read the Rest