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Upholding Clean Energy in Colorado—and Hopefully Beyond

Upholding Clean Energy in Colorado—and Hopefully Beyond

By Samantha Caravello—November 17 at 7:26 a.m. Acting as laboratories for energy policy, some states have been much more effective than..

Smart Rules for the Smart Grid (HELR Podcast)

By Sachin Desai – Oct. 24, 2013 at 8:18am What makes the Smart Grid “smart”?  Of course the technology plays a role. ..

Administrative Proxies for Judicial Review: Building Legitimacy from the Inside-Out

By Emily Hammond and David L. Markell Judicial review is considered an indispensible legitimizer of the administrative state. Not only is..

Smart Regulation and Federalism for the Smart Grid

By Joel B. Eisen This Article examines the “Smart Grid,” a set of concepts, technologies, and operating practices that may transform..

Federalism in the Air: Is the Clean Air Act’s “My Way or No Highway” Provision Constitutional After NFIB v. Sebelius?

By David Baake Since the New Deal era, the Supreme Court has interpreted the Spending Clause to permit Congress to use conditional grants..