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Employer Mandate Delay Spells Trouble for Obamacare

Michael D. Tanner
July 4, 2013

In this posting at CATO on Liberty, the author blogs that, 

Delaying the Employer Mandate Requires Delaying All of Obamacare

Michael F. Cannon
July 3, 2013

In this posting at CATO on Liberty, Micahel Cannon blogs that the IRS 

Questioning NHTSA’s ‘Noisy Electric Cars’ Rule

Sofie E. Miller
June 11, 2013

In this article in Regulation Magazine (Vol. 36, No.

Reforming Texas Electricity Markets

Andrew N. Kleit and Robert J. Michaels
June 11, 2013

In this article for Regulation Magazine (Vol. 36, No. 2) the authors write that electricity restructuring is converting regulated monopolies into market regimes.

Reforming Texas Electricity Markets

Andrew N. Kleit and Robert J. Michaels
June 11, 2013

In this article for Regulation Magazine (Vol. 36, No. 2) the authors write that electricity restructuring is converting regulated monopolies into market regimes.

OMB’s Reported Benefits of Regulation: Too Good to Be True?

Susan E. Dudley
June 11, 2013

In this article in Regulation Magazine (Vol.

Nashville’s Anti-Competitive ‘Black-Car’ Regulations

Mark W. Frankena
June 11, 2013

In this article in Regulation Magazine (Vol 36, No. 2) the author writes that metropolitan Nashville (pop. 635,000; 526 sq. mi.) has long had vehicles for hire.

Uncertainty Can Go Both Ways

David R. Henderson
June 11, 2013

In this article in Regulation Magazine, the author examines a prior essay from Bob Littman on pricing of carbon emissions.

Politics and Climate Change

Shi-Ling Hsu
June 11, 2013

In this article in Regulation Magazine (Vol. 36, No. 2) the author examines a prior article in the same issue by Bob Littman and writes that in regard to claimate change: 

Is an Optimal Carbon Tax Relevant?

Daniel Sutter
June 11, 2013

In this issue of Regulation Magazine (Vol. 36, No.

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