David Balto argues in Modern Healthcare that a number of provisions in the recently passed health care bill will promote competition as long as they are enforced.
David Madland and Karla Walter detail why “high-road” contracting would help prevent low-road disasters such as the BP oil catastrophe.
The congressional conference committee tackling financial reform legislation has clear choices to make, argues Pat Garofalo.
The public worries that lawmakers might not be tough enough on Wall Street, says Ruy Teixeira.
The first lesson to be learned from the latest sovereign debt crisis is that nations need to get the revenue side of their balance sheets in order, write Michael Linden and Sabina Dewan.
The public's backing of financial regulation legislation is solid, and that's stiffening progressive lawmakers’ resolve and weakening the conservative opposition, says Ruy Teixeira.
Congress should reform Wall Street before reorganizing the two mortgage securitization giants that underpin our housing market, argues David Min.
Department of Labor officials discuss how DOL’s regulatory strategy can protect workers and responsible business owners.
David Balto discusses in The Hill that the Federal Trade Commission should receive a full range of powers to effectively protect consumers from deceptive and fraudulent conduct.
Infographic explains what derivatives are and how regulation would help make them more transparent.
The FTC has the opportunity to open up the microprocessor market to new competition and innovation in its case against Intel, explains David Balto in a Huffington Post column.
A CAP event co-sponsored by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Business Council for Global Development examines how to create good jobs and worker-social protections to generate economic growth worldwide.
Video David Min discusses banking industry regulation pending in Congress and whether it will help prevent future crises.
Infographic shows how legislation now before Congress can protect taxpayers from paying for the the banking industry's future mistakes.
Despite what Wall Street may have you believe, Congress needs to establish speed limits and traffic lights to improve derivative safety, write David Min and Pat Garofalo.