Jonathan H. Adler
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Why the Proposed US Vape Flavors Ban Risks Global Harm
The Trump administration's planned ban on vape flavors will have heavy international implications in a world where 1.1 billion people still smoke.
CAR RULES: Calif. leads multistate lawsuit over Clean Air Act waiver
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D) today sued the Trump administration for revoking a long-standing waiver that allowed the Golden State to set its own tailpipe emissions standards.
Yes, Virginia, There Are Republicans Who Care About Climate Change
The Daily Beast
For example, there’s a surprising amount of support on the right for a carbon tax. But there’s also plenty of suspicion that the left will want too much.
Cortez Masto, Rosen turn to commission for judge picks
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Nevada Sens. Catherine Cortez Masto and Jacky Rosen are forming a bipartisan, biregional commission in Nevada to select future nominees for the federal bench to recommend to the president.
Cory Booker says any serious climate plan has to include nuclear power
And he wants to protect poor communities from its waste.
The Environmental Left Is Softening on Carbon-Capture Technology. Maybe That’s OK.
There is evidence that some groups on the left are willing to moderate their maximalist opposition to investing in carbon-capture technology.
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After cancer, Supreme Court's Ruth Bader Ginsburg hits the road to prove her vitality -- and longevity
Over her 86½ years on earth, Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been lauded as a women's rights pioneer, a Supreme Court justice and a cultural icon.
Dominion Wants to Build America’s Largest Offshore Wind Project
Dominion Energy has taken a significant step in its plans to build commercial-scale offshore wind turbines.
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Automakers Prefer Self-Regulation to Regulatory Uncertainty
The Regulatory Review
Faced with uncertainty over fuel economy standards, four automakers choose to support stronger government regulation.
Assorted Canards of Contemporary Analysis Redux | School of Law | Case Western Reserve University
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Jonathan H. Adler
honored to host the Hon. Amy Coney Barrett to deliver 2019 Sumner Canary Lecture on "Assorted Canards of Contemporary Analysis Redux"
How Originalism Changes Legal Analysis
Law & Liberty
John McGinnis on Collins v. Mnuchin and how originalism is slowly transforming the courts' attitude toward precedent.
OECD cuts growth outlook to post-crisis low
The trade war between the United States and China has plunged global growth to i...
Something strange is happening to Greenland's ice sheet
What should be like a snowcone is becoming more like a popsicle, speeding up the runoff from the melting ice sheet.
“‘Alexa, I want to make a political contribution.’ Amazon to start voice-controlled donations to 2020 presidential campaigns” | Election Law Blog
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McSally's GOP Senate Challenger Wants to...Annex Mexico | RealClearPolitics
Donald Trump wants to build the wall. Donald Trumps biggest fan in Arizona wants to annex Mexico. Ahead of a general election where the Grand Canyon State could be a bit of a problem for the...
Jimi Hendrix - Midnight
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White House Fires Homeland Security Dept.’s General Counsel
The firing of John Mitnick is the latest in a year of turnover at the Department of Homeland Security.
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