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Great expectations: A dozen views of Obama’s second term

Dan Farber, professor of law | December 18, 2012

As we approach inauguration day next month, I thought it would be interesting to pull together the advice that people are giving him about his second term. Here are some links if you’re interested in what people are hoping for (or in some cases, dreading): From the N.Y. Times, the views of Carol Browner (advocating … Continue reading »

The mythical threat of a regulatory deluge

Dan Farber, professor of law | September 7, 2012

Conservatives are now spreading the myth that, if the country fails to elect Mitt Romney, the aftermath will be a deluge of federal regulations.  Republican state attorney generals are hitting the campaign trail to this fear of a coming regulatory flood in a post-Romney world. (here). This myth has been debunked by Cass Sunstein, who … Continue reading »