#FedFeed – News you may have missed! 4/29

This week’s #FedFeed includes: (1) What should a model public-private partnership look like? DoT wants suggestions; (2) Only 45 days to review comprehensive report on the nation’s rivers and streams; (3) Are the new “Euthanasia of Animals” standards sufficient? NIH … Continue Reading

Video: Is There a Constitutional Right to E-Governance? The Legal Case for Online Notice and Comment

On Tuesday, April 23rd, www.NoticeandComment.com partnered with Maryland State Senate Majority Whip Jamie Raskin, www.Regulations.gov and the Washington College of Law to ask whether there is a constitutional right to having public notices online. The event can be watched in … Continue Reading


#FedFeed – News you may have missed! 4/22

This week’s #FedFeed includes: Is enough being done to prevent sexual assault in the military? “No” says DoD; Are U.S. financial markets adequately protected against cyber errors? SEC says no; Should student loan servicing businesses be supervised? Fed says yes; … Continue Reading

Real-World Impacts of Federal Regulations

Ask the average American if federal regulations are important to them and they are likely to respond with broad generalizations or often a simple, “I don’t know.” Those with more knowledge of the subject also tend to speak in broad … Continue Reading


#FedFeed – News you may have missed! 4/15

This week’s #FedFeed includes: (1) Are soft infant and toddler carriers safe? The Fed says no.; (2) Are parole procedures clear and understandable? USPC says no.; (3) Are energy standards for battery chargers and power generators sufficient? DOE says no.; … Continue Reading

Dark Matter, “Enlightened” Democracy and the Politics of Trust

On one hand, we have the government that we cannot control – that which operates behind closed doors, transpiring unseen in the shadows of a secret world.  We have only vague ideas of when and where this world exists, and … Continue Reading


#FedFeed – News you may have missed! 4/8

This week’s #FedFeed includes: (1) Should sperm whales in the Gulf of Mexico get special protection?; (2) What should the safety standards be for produce designed for human consumption?; (3) Should the TSA be allowed to use Advanced Imaging Technology … Continue Reading

How To Write Public Comments

Public speaking is so fearful, “that to the average person if you have to be at a funeral, you’d rather be in the casket than doing the eulogy!” Yet Jerry Seinfeld highlights only one side of a two-sided problem: that … Continue Reading


#FedFeed – News you may have missed! 4/1

This week’s #FedFeed includes: (1) Want veggies “sold” in schools? The fed plans to dictate food choices; (2) Help for those with private student loan debt? BCFP seeks “ideas”; (3) Should SSA re-define respiratory disorders? The fed says “yes”; (4) … Continue Reading