A New Progressive Agenda for Public Health and the Environment
Over the last quarter century, much of the focus of federal regulatory policy in the areas of health, safety, and the environment has been gradually redirected away from protecting Americans against various harms and toward protecting corporate interests from the plain meaning of protective statutes. This book delivers precisely what its title promises, a re-imagining of federal policy in these areas, with particular focus on the regulatory process. It identifies the failings of the current approach to regulation and proposes innovative, straightforward, and practical solutions for the 21st Century. The book is a collaboration among the Member Scholars of the Center for Progressive Regulation.
Carolina Academic Press
federal regulatory policy
Environmental Law | Legislation
Schroeder, Christopher and Steinzor, Rena I., "A New Progressive Agenda for Public Health and the Environment" (2005). Book Gallery. 61.