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Pace Law Library Blog 10/02/2019 13:21
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the following cases for the upcoming term. There are several high profile cases involving DACA, copyright for annotated statutes, the insanity defense, sexual orientation discrimination, and “bridgegate”, among other topics. Cases with argument dates in October: Peter v. NantKwest, Inc. (No. 18-801) Argument date 10/7: The question presented […]
Pace Law Library Blog 09/12/2019 16:42
As part of the rollback of environmental regulations, the Trump Administration has finally completed their longed for repeal of the 2015 definition of Waters of the United States (WOTUS). The EPA and Army Corps under Trump have targeted this rule as one of their priorities in regulatory reform. The agencies provided four reasons for the […]
Pace Law Library Blog 07/23/2019 11:26
The Pace Law Library is thrilled to announce that students and faculty now have access to the Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law Online. This set, when complete, will contain 12 volumes covering some of the most important environmental topics of today. Each volume includes chapters written by international experts in the field, including Professors Jeffrey […]
Pace Law Library Blog 06/26/2019 10:28
The EPA published its final rule to change its regulations for complying with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The new rules will take effect on July 26, 2019. The EPA determined that these changes were exempt from the notice and comment requirement of the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) because some fall under the procedural […]
Pace Law Library Blog 06/20/2019 10:13
The New York Senate and Assembly passed sweeping climate legislation this week, which would put the state on the forefront of climate action in the country. The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CCPA) (S. 6599/A.8429) amends the public service law, public authorities law, labor law, and community risk and resilience act. The CCPA recognizes […]
Pace Law Library Blog 06/19/2019 12:54
Regulations.gov provides users with access to federal regulatory information. It is used as the portal through which to submit comments to pending regulatory action. Since 2006, the site has received almost 10 million comments. Users can find proposed rules, final rules, notices, scientific and technical findings, guidance, adjudication, comments, and the Unified Agenda and Regulatory […]
Pace Law Library Blog 06/04/2019 13:08
The Congressional Research Service, the non-partisan research arm of the U.S. Congress, released “The Economic Effects of the 2017 Tax Revision: Preliminary Observations,” on May 22, 2019. The Tax Revision Act permanently reduced the corporate tax rate to 21% and revised business tax deductions and international tax rules. It also substantially, although temporarily (until 2025), […]
Pace Law Library Blog 05/23/2019 15:38
On Wednesday, May 22, 2019, Pace Law Library became the Eva and Colin Hooker-Haring Student Center at Massasoit Community College for the filming of a scene for episode nine of the Showtime series City on a Hill. Actors Jill Hennessey (Law & Order and Crossing Jordan) and Cody Kostro sat at a table in the […]
Pace Law Library Blog 05/20/2019 09:54
Williams Companies proposed building a new natural gas pipeline running 37 miles under the water through Raritan Bay in order to bring gas from Pennsylvania natural gas fields to existing pipes in New York. The company touted the project as part of its efforts to expand and upgrade the existing energy infrastructure in the Pennsylvania, […]
Pace Law Library Blog 04/10/2019 13:18
The New York State 2020 Budget includes a lot of legislation changes. A great deal of attention has been paid to congestion pricing, but one of the less reported, but even more important parts of the budget involves criminal justice reform. Pace Law School Alumna and New York State Assemblywoman Latrice Walker played an instrumental […]
Pace Law Library Blog 04/08/2019 14:28
The Federal Advisory Committee for the Sustained National Climate Assessment (Committee), an interagency federal advisory group that was disbanded by the Trump administration has reorganized as the Science to Climate Action Network (SCAN). The new organization was formed at the invitation of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, and is financially supported by Columbia University, the New […]
Pace Law Library Blog 04/03/2019 14:57
As part of the agreement on the state budget, New York State legislators agreed to impose a first in the nation congestion toll on vehicles entering Manhattan below 60th street. The provision would amend the New York Vehicle & Traffic Law to create Article 44-C. The legislation includes a section on legislative findings, which notes […]
Pace Law Library Blog 03/18/2019 16:39
Recycling has grown in popularity in America since the 1960s. According to EPA data, in 1960, 6% of municipal solid waste was recycled. The figure increased to 10% in 1980, 16% in 1990, 29% in 2000, and over 34% in 2015. Increased recycling has led to a decrease in waste sent to landfills, which in […]

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