Congress should move expediently to take up legislation banning revenge porn because everyone deserves to choose when and how their nude images can be seen, write Daniel Castro and Alan McQuinn in The Hill.
There have been calls recently from predictable sources demanding tougher regulations for genetically engineered crops, but even the briefest glance suggests these alarums are unwarranted, writes Val Giddings.
The Senate’s proposed transportation reauthorization bill’s Innovation Title is promising, but ITS remains underfunded.
Congress should pass legislation that would enable states to tax goods equally no matter how they are sold, says Alan McQuinn in Roll Call.
France should try to find common ground with other countries and formalize consensus on universal rules that govern the Internet, says Alan McQuinn in Europolitics.
A new report by the International Agency for Research on Cancer claims that 2,4-D is carcinogneic, but the evidence suggests otherwise.