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In the past several years, the nation’s two most populous states have passed new statutes specifically intended to address the issue of rapidly changing scientific and technological knowledge, perhaps signaling a national trend.
A single federal regulatory standard does not always lead to better policy outcomes.
There currently exists a practically unregulated—or under regulated—market where the most powerful and potentially harmful computer exploits are routinely bought and sold.
This comment explores the negative effects of light pollution and considers whether current levels of artificial light at night (LAN) warrant federal control by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
In July 2016, President Barack Obama signed the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard into law.