Imagine that Florida’s financial regulators told banks and insurance companies that they should consider the risk that working with Planned Parenthood might pose to them. . . .
Silicon Valley Bank’s spectacular failure demonstrated a fatal flaw in the U.S. system of deposit insurance: The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s coverage limit of $250,000 . . .
Mandates to restrict the flow of data across national boundaries have taken hold in a growing number of jurisdictions, including India. Spearheaded by nations like . . .
Self-preferencing by a powerful service provider is usually analyzed as constituting an exclusionary abuse of market power. Examples of this kind of abuse might include . . .
Brian Albrecht •
March 27, 2023
The dumbest economics discussion over the past few years — and that’s a high bar — has to go to “greedflation.” The White House tried to . . .
M. Todd Henderson •
March 14, 2023
Democrats say Social Security is untouchable and have roped Republicans into saying the same. They also constantly lament the gap between returns to capital and . . .
The Minnesota Senate Commerce Committee last week passed SF 1598, the Digital Fair Repair Bill. The bill from Sen. Rob Kupec, DFL-Moorhead, would require manufacturers . . .
R.J. Lehmann •
March 9, 2023
Wildfire has hit Assemblymember Damon Connolly’s (D-San Rafael) Northern California district particularly hard in recent years, including the devastating Glass and LNU Lightning Complex fires . . .
Salil K. Mehra •
March 9, 2023
The U.S. Department of Justice and eight states recently sued Google, claiming it runs its digital ad business to unfairly advantage its own business, to . . .