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Tozzi Blogs on DQA in Yale Journal
Jim Tozzi was recently a Guest Blogger on Notice & Comment, a blog from the Yale Journal on Regulation and the ABA Section of Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice. Dr. Tozzi's blog discussed NGOs' increasing use of the Data Quality Act (DQA). It included the following statement:
"Historically there has been bipartisan opposition by Executive Branch leadership to judicial review under the DQA; however, this need not be the case. The courts may act to the contrary as a result of the...petition filed by the Democracy Forward Foundation. The petition (Request for Correction) filed by the foundation pursuant to the Data Quality Act is a potential gamechanger because it is filed by a NGO and is buttressed by the supportive decisions made in the DC Circuit (Prime Time) and the Seventh Circuit (Zero Zone)...."
Dr. Tozzi's Yale blog also noted:
"The Regulatory Policy Committee of the ABA's Administrative Law Section is sponsoring a program on the Data Quality Act on April 12, 2018. The meeting will take place from 12 noon to 1:30 PM at the ABA, 1050 Connecticut Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20036...."
Click here to read Dr. Tozzi's entire blog post.
Jim Tozzi served as a regulatory official in five consecutive presidential administrations starting with Lyndon Johnson and ending with Ronald Reagan. He is presently the head of the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness.