Mario Loyola

Senior Fellow

Competitive Enterprise Institute

Mario Loyola

Senior Fellow

Competitive Enterprise Institute

Mario Loyola is a Senior Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI). Before joining CEI, Loyola worked at the White House, as associate director for regulatory reform at the Council on Environmental Quality and as presidential speechwriter. Loyola has served at the Pentagon as a special assistant to the undersecretary of defense for policy, and on Capitol Hill as counsel to the U.S. Senate Republican Policy Committee, and as a senior advisor to Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska. Loyola has been a fellow at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. He has published extensively on a wide range of foreign and domestic policy issues in National Review, The Atlantic, the Wall Street Journal, and elsewhere. He received a B.A. in European History from the University of Wisconsin and a J.D. from Washington University School of Law.

Contributions

The Implications of Jarkesy v. SEC for Administrative Tribunals

August 18, 2022

In this program, experts discuss the Jarkesy v. SEC case, implications of the case on the future of administrative tribunals, and continuing litigation on the issue.

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Deep Dive Episode 232 – The Implications of Jarkesy v. SEC for Administrative Tribunals

August 18, 2022

In this episode, experts discuss the Jarkesy v. SEC case, implications of the case on the future of administrative tribunals, and continuing litigation on the issue.

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West Virginia v. EPA and the Major Questions Doctrine

August 17, 2022

An expert panel discusses the historic decision of West Virginia v. EPA, the Supreme Court’s “major questions doctrine,” and the implications for future regulatory innovation.

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Deep Dive Episode 231 – West Virginia v. EPA and the Major Questions Doctrine

August 17, 2022

An expert panel discusses the historic decision of West Virginia v. EPA, the Supreme Court’s “major questions doctrine,” and the implications for future regulatory innovations.

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Deep Dive Episode 229 – Overcoming the Challenges to Clean Infrastructure

July 21, 2022

Energy policy experts joined us to discuss President Biden’s “Permitting Action Plan.”

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Overcoming the Challenges to Clean Infrastructure

July 21, 2022

Energy policy experts joined us to discuss President Biden’s “Permitting Action Plan.”

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Litigation Update: Dakota Access Pipeline Case Gives Supreme Court Chance for Major NEPA Ruling

Mario Loyola

October 1, 2021

This case gives the Court an opportunity for a major ruling on one of the country’s most impactful environmental laws.”

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Deep Dive Episode 129 – Environmental Citizen Suits and SEPs: Do Constitutional and Nondelegation Concerns Outweigh Environmental Benefits?

September 2, 2020

Are Supplemental Environmental Projects–citizen suits filed alongside the government’s environmental enforcement actions–an unconstitutional infringement on a core executive function?

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