Op-Eds

CPR Member Scholars and staff are frequent contributors to newspaper opinion pages across the nation. Read what they have to say, below.

The Shutdown and the Safety Gap
The Shutdown and the Safety Gap, op-ed by Thomas McGarity
Type: Op-Eds (Feb. 5, 2019)
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Author(s): Thomas McGarity
How Trump Officials Abuse Cost-Benefit Analysis to Attack Regulations

How Trump Officials Abuse Cost-Benefit Analysis to Attack Regulations, op-ed by Dan Farber

Type: Op-Eds (Jan. 9, 2019)
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Author(s): Daniel Farber
Justices express skepticism over using legislative motive in preemption analysis

Writing in SCOTUSblog, Emily Hammond reviews oral arguments in Virginia Uranium Mining v Warren.

Type: Op-Eds (Nov. 6, 2018)
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Yukon-Charley continues to commandeer gray cells

Sandra Zellmer, writing for SCOTUSblog reviews arguments in a key case over protections of national park land.

Type: Op-Eds (Nov. 6, 2018)
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Author(s): Sandra Zellmer
State pollution-permitting must be reformed to adapt to climate change

Writing in the Bay Journal, David Flores focuses on Maryland's pollution permitting and its impact on the Chesapeake Bay

Type: Op-Eds (Nov. 1, 2018)
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Author(s): David Flores
Whose science? A new era in regulatory 'science wars'

Wendy Wagner, Elizabeth Fisher, and Pasky Pascual, writing in Science, look at the renewed fight over clean science

Type: Op-Eds (Nov. 1, 2018)
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Author(s): Wendy Wagner
Can a hovercraft navigate the shoals of Yukon-Charley?

CPR's Sandi Zellmer previews a case over regulation of navigable waters and public lands.

Type: Op-Eds (Oct. 29, 2018)
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Author(s): Sandra Zellmer
Justices may consider role of legislative motive in preemption analysis

In SCOTUSblog, Emily Hammond previews a preemption case before the Supreme Court.

Type: Op-Eds (Oct. 29, 2018)
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Trump rolls back clean car standards as air quality worsens

Alice Kaswan, writing in The Fresno Bee, on the Trump administration's rollback of clean car standards

Type: Op-Eds (Oct. 25, 2018)
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Author(s): Alice Kaswan
As hurricanes expose inequalities, civil courts may be 'great equalizer'

As hurricanes expose inequalities, civil courts may be ‘great equalizer,’ by Martha McCluskey and Sidney Shapiro, October 16, 2018, The Hill 

Type: Op-Eds (Oct. 16, 2018)
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Author(s): Martha McCluskey, Sidney Shapiro

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