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28 Jan 2023, 7:32 am
 Pix Credit hereESG, has been driven by the private sector and intensely debated in the context of privately ordered responsible business conduct standards, and formed part of a rich debates among market actors and public international organizations about the role and nature of so-called non-financial siclosure in genmeral, and sustainability and climate related factors in decision making. [read post]
26 Jan 2023, 7:54 pm by Sabrina I. Pacifici
Meanwhile, the Justices are deciding whether to hear two more cases—concerning laws in Texas and in Florida—about whether Internet providers can censor political content that they deem offensive or dangerous. [read post]
26 Jan 2023, 7:45 pm by Jim Sedor
At stake is the constitutionality of state laws in Florida and Texas that would restrict platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube from blocking or limiting political speech, and require transparency in how such decisions are made. [read post]
25 Jan 2023, 2:52 pm by Chris Dreyer
In Florida, for example, you must have an office address and refer to it in certain ads. [read post]
24 Jan 2023, 9:52 am by Eric Goldman
On the heels of the mandatory editorial transparency provisions in Florida and Texas’ social media censorship laws, the California legislature thought it could one-up those states by passing a law with at least 161 different disclosure requirements. [read post]
22 Jan 2023, 9:01 pm by renholding
As U.S. financial institutions assess their ESG risks, opportunities, policies and procedures for 2023, key considerations include the numerous significant ESG developments in 2022—in particular, recent proposals and initiatives announced by financial regulators with respect to climate-related risk management and disclosures—and overarching regulatory, political, investor and litigation trends. [read post]
22 Jan 2023, 4:35 pm by INFORRM
United States The Supreme Court is also expected to hear two cases – Moody v NetChoice and NetChoice v Paxton – concerning the constitutionality of laws in Florida and Texas, which restrict the content moderation capabilities of social media companies. [read post]
18 Jan 2023, 8:11 am by Eric Goldman
Paxton, over the Florida and Texas social media censorship laws. [read post]
8 Jan 2023, 6:30 am by Guest Blogger
” I have no particular brief for high Federalists from New England, but I do wonder what we might think had Garrison actually been influential and several New England states accepted his view and tried to secede, say, after the Supreme Court’s decision in Prigg v. [read post]
2 Jan 2023, 8:22 am by Derek T. Muller
And, of course, differences can be exaggerated the farther down the rankings one goes, a reason I also confined this to the “top 50” for now.)POTENTIAL WINNERS, PEER CHANGEGeorge Mason (65 v. 30)BYU (52 v. 23)Alabama (36 v. 25)Florida (31 v. 21)Utah (47 v. 37)Wake Forest (47 v. 37)Texas A&M (56 v. 46)Georgia (36 v. 29)How about the other side? [read post]
2 Jan 2023, 8:22 am by Derek T. Muller
And, of course, differences can be exaggerated the farther down the rankings one goes, a reason I also confined this to the “top 50” for now.)POTENTIAL WINNERS, PEER CHANGEGeorge Mason (65 v. 30)BYU (52 v. 23)Alabama (36 v. 25)Florida (31 v. 21)Utah (47 v. 37)Wake Forest (47 v. 37)Texas A&M (56 v. 46)Georgia (36 v. 29)How about the other side? [read post]
2 Jan 2023, 6:30 am by Guest Blogger
Federal theory in the twentieth century is first developed by institutionalist political scientists, such as Kenneth Wheare, who took the American federation as a lodestar.[8] Thus, the result of Texas v. [read post]
31 Dec 2022, 6:08 pm by Melody McDonald Lanier
In 2007, Texas lawmakers passed House Bill 8, which is known as the Jessica Lunsford Act, in tribute to a 9-year-old Florida girl who was kidnapped, raped, and murdered by a convicted sex offender. [read post]