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This podcast is brought to you by Research Triangle Park, where people + ideas converge. We focus on the intersection of relationships and collaborations throughout the Triangle region of North Carolina. We believe that "better together" is not just a catchy slogan, but the key to sustainability for our growing region will sustain the tremendous growth we are experiencing. Join host Ray Trapp, Vice President of Strategic Engagement for RTF, as he discusses economic development, community eng ...
 
The Regulatory Transparency Project (RTP) seeks to identify and bring attention to the excesses of the administrative state in this country. All too often, over-regulation of the economy stifles innovation, productivity, opportunity and ultimately, the American Dream. We want people to look at regulations which are burdensome and extremely inefficient and not simply submit to them as the cost of doing business but, rather, look for real and concrete ways to change them for the better. The RT ...
 
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In this episode, Adam Thierer interviews Professor Daniel Crane regarding state restrictions on direct car sales and their implications for automobile markets, including the antitrust concerns they may raise. Featuring: – Daniel Crane, Frederick Paul Furth Sr. Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School – [Moderator] Adam Thierer, Senior Fe…
 
Eight years after he was first sworn in, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey will leave office in January 2023 due to the state's limit of two consecutive terms. In this episode, Governor Ducey joined tech policy experts Brent Skorup and Adam Thierer to discuss initiatives aimed at boosting innovation Arizona has launched during his time in office. Their c…
 
Os charcos são áreas de água doce de abundante biodiversidade. Num ecossistema complexo, a vegetação e a fauna do charco trabalham em rede para diferentes serviços ambientais, como a gestão da água, a eliminação de pragas e até a absorção de carbono. Com o coaxar das rãs de fundo, o biólogo José Teixeira explica-nos a importância da preservação des…
 
Domingos Xavier Viegas lidera a frente portuguesa de um projeto europeu que, até 2025, vai trabalhar na identificação, adaptação e redução dos fatores de risco de incêndios na Europa, cada vez mais frequentes e mais graves. Uma conversa sobre o que está e não está a ser feito em Portugal na prevenção e combate a incêndios.…
 
In February 2022, the Catawba Nation of South Carolina voted to approve the first tribal digital economic zone in the United States. This "Catawba Digital Economic Zone" includes an independent regulatory framework and commercial code, which its organizers intend to utilize to attract financial technology firms to the Zone as online "ecorporations.…
 
Cristina Castel-Branco liderou em 2006 a remodelação dos Jardins da Quinta das Lágrimas, honrando os elementos históricos mas refletindo a preocupação ambiental dos dias de hoje. A história de Pedro e Inês, a sabedoria japonesa e os ensinamentos de Caldeira Cabral são alguns dos tópicos desta conversa emoldurada pelos sons do jardim.…
 
In 2018, then-Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim announced with great fanfare the "New Madison Approach" to intellectual property and antitrust disputes, rejecting the application of antitrust law to licensing disputes involving Standards Essential Patents (SEPs) and announcing that SEP holders should be entitled to injunctive relief like an…
 
On April 18, Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida vacated the Centers for Disease Control's mask mandate for public transportation. Health law and policy expert Joel Zinberg joined the podcast to break down the ruling and examine the strategy behind the Department of Justice's decision…
 
No podcast do Biosfera desta semana, Paula Teles explica-nos de que forma é que as grandes cidades se podem adaptar a meios de mobilidade suave. A especialista em mobilidade urbana adverte: é preciso devolver a estrada, e a segurança, a quem se desloca a pé ou de bicicleta, e às pessoas com mobilidade reduzida.…
 
Stablecoins are unique types of digital tokens that have emerged out of the cryptocurrency revolution and have taken center stage in the debate about crypto regulation. Tied to the value of an asset or fiat currency such as the dollar, stablecoins were initially created to ease the trade between different cryptocurrencies and crypto exchanges. Yet …
 
Combater a desertificação do interior e potenciar o acolhimento e integração de refugiados em Portugal? A AIIR - Associação de Apoio à Inclusão de Imigrantes e Refugiados está a conduzir um promissor projeto piloto que com base nestas duas grandes questões sociais da atualidade. Sabemos mais sobre o projeto LAR numa conversa com a fundadora, Bárbar…
 
Are state governors subject to the same separation of powers restrictions as the federal president? Expanding on a Regulatory Transparency Project panel discussion on emergency executive power during the pandemic, this event featured experts engaging in a broader separation of powers discussion about the distinctions between the federal and state s…
 
With the Supreme Court about to hear two cases involving the use of race in admissions at Harvard and the University of North Carolina, what do Americans actually think about preferential treatment? Dr. Althea Nagai, Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Equal Opportunity (CEO), presented her analysis of recent data from the Pew Research Center …
 
Mais de 11 mil pessoas já assinaram uma petição para a construção de um jardim público nos terrenos da antiga estação ferroviária da Boavista, no Porto. Há mais de vinte anos que o lugar está destinado à construção de um novo centro comercial da cadeia El Corte Inglês, mas as obras nunca começaram. É a luta de Paula Sequeiros e Orlando Castro que o…
 
É um modelo novo, o que se encontra no viveiro florestal da Marca - ADL, em Montemor-o-Novo. Das mais de 100 espécies produzidas, uma grande parte são arbustos, plantas que têm sido esquecidas nos processos de rearborização. Mas sem elas, as árvores não vivem saudáveis. Marta Mattioli, da associação Marca, explica porquê.…
 
Experts Ian Adams and Ike Brannon join the podcast to break down recent proposals regarding forced access to railroads. Is concentration an issue within the rail industry? If so, would forced access solve the problem? And what implications would a forced access rule have for the rail industry, and for technological innovation more generally? Read I…
 
In January 2021, the Department of Health and Human Services ("HHS") finalized its SUNSET Rule. Section 610 of the Regulatory Flexibility Act ("RFA") requires agencies to have a written plan to review their significant regulations every ten years to determine their impact on small entities (and to determine whether the regulations should be amended…
 
É incontestável que, em Portugal, a transição energética passa muito pela aposta nas energias renováveis. Mas nem elas têm zero impacto no ambiente. Susana Carneiro, do Centro PINUS, critica que se permita o abate florestal para a construção de grandes centrais fotovoltaicas.저자 Biosfera
 
Guests: Christine J. McPhail President of St. Augustine's University Veronica Creech The Vice President of Economic Development and External Engagement Dr. Carolyn Carter Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Marketing, and Communications. In This Episode: Saint Augustine’s University (SAU and HBCU) was established in 1867 in Raleigh, NC by …
 
Discute-se se a energia nuclear pode ser classificada como verde, juntamente com as energias renováveis. José Janela, da Quercus e do Movimento Ibérico Antinuclear, contesta esta proposta da Comissão Europeia e conta-nos que, desde a extração do urânio até aos resíduos altamente tóxicos, há consequências ambientais a considerar.…
 
In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic was sweeping the country and governors throughout the nation were issuing declarations of emergency. What followed was a perhaps unprecedented period of emergency governance, wherein governors in many states asserted power to manage not only their state's economy, but significant portions of civil society, in re…
 
Data privacy and data security are tech policy concerns that resonate with many voters and policymakers. In the absence of federal data privacy legislation, some states have passed, and others are considering, their own legislation to deal with data privacy questions related to specific technologies including biometrics, among many others. While Ca…
 
Faced with a limited supply of recently-approved COVID-19 treatments, both the State and City of New York have issued directives instructing physicians and providers on how to prioritize treatment. One of the factors to be considered is race. In Roberts v. Bassett, two lifelong New Yorkers challenge the government's race-based allocation of potenti…
 
Social media has become a prominent way for lawmakers, public agencies, experts, and governments to communicate with the public. Meanwhile, a once-obscure provision in federal communications law — Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act — has become a political football because it provides liability protections to internet-based companies lik…
 
"To better understand the challenges small businesses face and to offer recommendations," Institute for Justice's Andrew Meleta and Alex Montgomery "analyzed the codes of 20 large to mid-sized cities, interviewed entrepreneurs from across the country, and mapped out the real-world process of starting five common business types from the entrepreneur…
 
Dr. Oonagh McDonald’s latest book, “Cryptocurrencies: Money, Trust and Regulation,” discusses the nature of money, the introduction of the first cryptocurrency – Bitcoin – and the maturation of the space, how regulators have approached the burgeoning industry, and whether cryptocurrencies might ultimately be viable alternatives to “money” as we kno…
 
Ian Adams joined the podcast to break down the policy aspects of a recent Twitter spat between Elon Musk and California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara. What are telematics, and how are they used by the auto insurance industry? What is California's Proposition 103? What lessons can this episode teach about policy regarding emerging technologies…
 
In October 2020, Michael Cannon and Jeffrey Singer proposed ending the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's authority to decide which drugs are available only by prescription. Their solution: leaving the decision to the drugs' manufacturers. This Regulatory Transparency Project program featured Michael Cannon, former FDA official Joshua Sharfstein, …
 
Guests: Donald Thompson Donald is CEO of The Diversity Movement, a results-oriented, data-driven strategic firm offering clients a productized DEI journey built on digital learning tools, expertly-curated content, conversational AI, and analytics. The company was recently named to Inc. Magazine’s 2021 Best in Business List in DE&I Advocacy. In addi…
 
On January 26, the Tennessee State Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Shaw et. al. v. Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, a case in which the plaintiffs are challenging a zoning provision that prevented them operating businesses out of their homes. The city argues that the provision is "rationally related to the legitimate …
 
On February 2, 2022, Lawrence Gostin, David Hyman, and Jenin Younes joined the Federalist Society's Georgetown Law Student Chapter to debate COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Featuring: - Lawrence Gostin, University Professor, Founding Linda D. & Timothy J. O'Neill Professor of Global Health Law, Faculty Director of O'Neill Institute for National & Global…
 
Welcome to the Crossroads RTP Podcast brought to you by Research Triangle Park. Where people and ideas converge. Bringing you expert guests on topics like community engagement, higher education, DEI, and emerging business in North Carolina's Triangle Region.Interviewed by host Ray Trapp, Vice President of Strategic Engagement at RTP, and cohost, Sa…
 
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 supplemented Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to include, in addition to barring discrimination on the ground of race, color, or national origin, sex as a protected class in federally funded education programs or activities. The purpose of enacting Title IX was to ensure that everyone, regardless…
 
Experts Marc Scribner and Adam Thierer join us to provide an update on autonomous vehicle (AV) policy. Why has Congress been unable to pass significant AV legislation? How have the Department of Transportation and state governments filled that void? What are the best and worst examples of how governments should approach AVs? Related Reading: - "Con…
 
On January 13, the Supreme Court stayed the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) COVID-19 vaccine-or-test mandate for large businesses, but allowed a vaccine mandate for staff at facilities receiving Medicare and Medicaid funding to go into effect. An expert panel joined us to break down these rulings' implications for administrat…
 
In October 2020, India and South Africa filed a request at the World Trade Organization (WTO) to create an exemption from an international treaty known as TRIPS (Trade-Related aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) for technologies, drugs, and vaccines used to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. If the WTO adopts the waiver, countries could refuse …
 
The Supreme Court is now hearing the most closely watched environmental case in decades, which may decide the future of greenhouse gas regulation under the Clean Air Act. This case has already been the subject of an unprecedented Supreme Court stay that short-circuited the Obama administration's climate agenda and not one, but two, 7+ hour argument…
 
Health policy expert Jeff Stier joins the podcast to discuss all things concerning the regulation of e-cigarettes and vapes: How did the FDA get the authority to regulate tobacco in the first place? What is synthetic nicotine, and what might its developement demonstrate about the interplay between federal agencies and their statutory authority? Wha…
 
The last few months have seen significant changes at the Federal Trade Commission. The new FTC has set an ambitious agenda that revives the agency, propelling it in directions we haven't previously seen. The FTC is poised to engage in wide-ranging antitrust and consumer protection investigations, issue industry-wide rules, and blend antitrust and c…
 
The FTC is undertaking an ambitious and historic effort to craft de novo competition and privacy rules that will impact the entire U.S. economy. While some have applauded FTC's efforts, others have questioned the FTC's statutory authority to craft such rules. This webinar featured a panel of experts discussing the agency's statutory authority, proc…
 
On June 25, 2021, President Biden's newly appointed Housing Secretary Marcia Fudge proposed to rescind a Secretary Carson-era disparate impact rule designed to implement the Fair Housing Act. In its place, HUD would reinstate the 2013 Discriminatory Effect Standard because the 2013 rule "better states Fair Housing Act jurisprudence and is more cons…
 
In this episode, Professor David Hyman interviews Dr. Richard Williams about Dr. Williams' new book, "Fixing Food: An FDA Insider Unravels the Myths and Solutions." A twenty-seven-year veteran of the FDA's Center for Food Safety and Nutrition, Dr. Williams questions the accuracy of more than thirty years of food labeling, along with consumer educat…
 
Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) investing is growing in popularity, especially after major investment firm BlackRock signaled support for what it called "ESG Integration," or the practice of incorporating material ESG information into investment and divestment decisions. However, since this strategy is relatively young, the sho…
 
During the COVID-19 pandemic, federal and state governments relaxed rules that limit telemedicine—technology that enables people to access healthcare from their phones and/or computers—to allow more patients to receive care from the convenience and comfort of their homes. Now, as the pandemic wanes, there are significant debates over whether these …
 
Collectively the Department of Labor, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the National Labor Relations Board play a pivotal role in almost every dimension of employment in the nation. This inaugural panel discusses recent developments in the regulatory regimes of each and grades their performance over the four years of the Trump Administra…
 
Drones are rapidly becoming part of our everyday lives, and society will soon need to grapple with profound issues related to property, privacy, and nuisance. While drones are aircraft, the laws governing aircraft may soon be challenged as drones operate closer to the ground and in airspace never before occupied by manmade flying objects. The uniqu…
 
Protecting and preserving competition are the key objectives of U.S. antitrust laws, which are all phrased as prohibitions: on agreements "in restraint of trade," of mergers and acquisitions where the effect "may be substantially to lessen competition, or to tend to create a monopoly," and on "unfair methods of competition." In a July 2021 Executiv…
 
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATFE) in 2012 determined that forearm stabilizing braces for firearms serve a legitimate function and do not automatically subject a firearm to the strict requirements of the National Firearms Act of 1934. In December 2020, however, the BATFE proposed new regulations that could subject almo…
 
In June, President Biden revoked a Trump-era executive order that sought to ban TikTok and WeChat, and replaced it with a new executive order directing the government to review the security threats posed by foreign-controlled software applications. "The Federal Government should evaluate these threats through rigorous, evidence-based analysis," Bid…
 
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