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Regulating Food Advertising to Children

Around the world, approximately 170 million children under the age of 18 are estimated to be overweight or obese. Childhood obesity can lead to serious health consequences, including an increased risk for heart disease, sleep disorders, cancer, and early death. … Continue reading

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Regulating the Antibiotic Resistance Crisis

A world in which no cure exists for strep throat, pneumonia, Lyme disease, or tetanus is closer than we might think. More than 2 million Americans suffer from antibiotic-resistant infections—know as “superbugs”—and thousands die from them each year. Recent California … Continue reading

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Is the Captive Audience Doctrine the Key to Regulating Harassment?

For many women, a simple walk down the street to the grocery store can put them at risk of sexual harassment: kissing noises, whistling, or verbal taunts hurled in their direction by bystanders or passers-by. Street harassment—or catcalling—occurs when an … Continue reading

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Regulating the internet – intermediaries to perpetrators

Nearly twenty five years after the advent of the Web, and longer since the birth of the internet, we still hear demands that the internet should be regulated – for all the world as if people who use the internet … Continue reading

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A Straight-up Victory for States Rights in Regulating Sports Betting

On May 14, 2018 the Supreme Court of the United States released its decision in Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association.  This decision invalidates the key Federal prohibition on State-authorized sports gambling businesses, the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act … Continue reading

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