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  • Navigating Net Neutrality
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    Navigating Net Neutrality

    By A.J. Brown and Denise Grab
    May 14, 2014

    The Federal Communications Commission’s ability to protect the open Internet has been limited, due to recent court decisions. This report examines the regulatory options and recommends to FCC a course forward that will best promote the benefits of widespread Internet access.

  • Omitted Damages: What’s Missing from the Social Cost of Carbon
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    Omitted Damages: What’s Missing from the Social Cost of Carbon

    By Peter Howard
    March 13, 2014

    The social cost of carbon is an estimate of the economic damage done by each ton of carbon dioxide spewed into the air. Howard examines the Integrated Assessment Models used to produce the social cost of carbon estimate and gives a comprehensive review of what each model accounts for and what each model misses.

  • Regulatory Report
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    Regulatory Report

    Interagency Data Interoperability

    By Policy Integrity
    June 26, 2012

    This report shows what could be accomplished if straightforward changes were made to improve the way agencies interact. By sharing data, using the same metrics and coordinating on target populations, agencies could improve the impact of social services and stretch every tax dollar.

  • Regulatory Red Herring
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    Regulatory Red Herring

    The Role of Job Impact Analyses in Environmental Policy Debates

    By Institute for Policy Integrity
    April 3, 2012

    The debate on jobs and environmental regulation too often relies on thinly-supported forecasts about jobs “killed” or “created” by public protections. In the din, questions about larger costs and benefits of protections for clean air or water can get lost.

  • Long Overdue: EPA and Nitric Acid Plant Regulation
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    Long Overdue: EPA and Nitric Acid Plant Regulation

    By Policy Integrity
    June 23, 2011

    Nitric acid plants emit dangerous air pollutants that cause illness and alter the climate. This report finds EPA long overdue on a regulatory revision and at risk of allowing major costs to be imposed on the American public.