CRE Response to Media Inquires on School Shootings:

I was instrumental in establishing OIRA, the White House regulatory review office.

I have been asked repeatedly about my views on the issue of school shootings.. My view in a nutshell is that there are more  parents than police officers; they must be brought into the solution. Furthermore the strategy can be implemented at the state and local governmental level without any involvement of the Congress.

My views have been presented to police, school and parent groups with a resounding  thundering silence. Nonetheless legal personnel in Michigan appear to be on the path to hold parents accountable as are officials in a previous Texas shooting.

Congressional Review of Judge-Made Law

Washington Post                                                                                                                                                        “In draft  abortion ruling, Democrats see minority rule”                                                                                        May 5, 2022

For nearly half a century, Republications have railed against “unelected judges” making rulings that they claim disenfranchise voters from deciding for themselves what laws should govern hot-button issues.

CRE Public Policy Projects*

CRE invites the public to comment on the following public policy issues:

        Congressional Review of Judicial Decisions

A Log on CRE’s First Academia.edu Forum on Congressional Oversight of the Judiciary

A Log on CRE’s Second Academia.edu Forum on Congressional Oversight of the Judiciary

The Birth of a Legal Doctrine in the Administrative State

 Congressional Review of Judge-Made Law

Good Government Initiatives

OMB Issuance of Guidance Encouraging Judicial Review of Requests for Correction Made Pursuant to the Information Quality Act

Information Collection Budget and Regulatory Budget: “Illegitimate” Descendants of the Fiscal Budget

Information Collection Budget and Regulatory Budget: “Illegitimate” Descendants of the Fiscal Budget

1320.17 Information Collection Budget  (Paperwork Reduction Act)

Each agency’s Senior Official, or agency head in the case of any agency for which the agency head has not delegated responsibility under the Act for any component of the agency to the Senior Official, shall develop and submit to OMB, in such form, at such time, and in accordance with such procedures as OMB may prescribe, an annual comprehensive budget for all collections of information from the public to be conducted in the succeeding twelve months. For good cause, OMB may exempt any agency from this requirement.

Executive Order 12174—Federal Paperwork Reduction

November 30, 1979

Why not a Federally Sponsored Interactive Public Docket Powered by Automated Legal Guidance?

The Administrative Conference of the US (ACUS) issued a defining report on the use of automated tools to address inquiries from the public regarding the content of their legal guidance documents. The aforementioned automated tools include virtual assistants and chatbots and have particular applicability to Interactive Public Dockets (IPD) such as this one.

The ACUS report is titled Automated Legal Guidance at Federal Agencies.

During the public review of this document CRE believes consideration should be given to the following observations:

(1) The size of the Administrative state continues to increase as result in part of the instantaneous communications among individuals therein.