“An Elephant in the Room”: The Future of Chevron Deference and Its Impact on Deregulation

By Chris Erickson* The doctrine of administrative deference, commonly known as Chevron deference, has governed administrative law since 1984.[1] Recent political changes now threaten its existence. The Republican Party, in control of all three branches of Federal government, has freedom to pursue its agenda of deregulation. Eliminating Chevron deference, however, may increase the difficulty of […]

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When Tesla comes to Town

By Jason Zhu* Tesla is the new black. Since 2015, Tesla has sold more than twenty thousand electric cars. Thousands of Tesla car are now running on the roads every day. And consumers regard Tesla as the brand of the future.  However, America may not be Tesla’s future due to its restrictive domestic laws. Background […]

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The Bloom is not off the Lake Yet; New Ohio Measures to Reduce Erie Phosphorus Levels  

By Jamila Odeh* Harmful algal blooms, composed of cyanobacteria, can produce toxins that threaten human and ecological health.[1] Harmful algal blooms have long been an issue in Lake Erie where shallow waters, sunlight, and phosphorus runoff from agricultural lands fuel cyanobacterial growth.[2] Concern is warranted, given that nearly twelve million people drink Lake Erie water.[3] […]

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