The Journal of Law and Public Affairs recently published Volume 4, Issue 3. We are excited to have articles from Rep. Mike Turzai, Rodney Corey, and James Mann (Pennsylvania House of Representatives), who explore legislative reapportionment in Pennsylvania, Daniel Ernst (Georgetown University Law Center), who discusses the development of the Federal Communications Commission, Keith Bradley and Larisa Vaysman (Squire Patton Boggs), who analyze the role of the Congressional Review Act, and a comment from Gregory Bischoping (University of Pennsylvania Law School), who argues the benefits of microgrids. This issue and previous volumes of the Journal of Law and Public Affairs can be downloaded from the University of Pennyslvania Law Repository.