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Economic Profile Of The Indian Claims Region, Maine State Planning Office Dec 1976

Economic Profile Of The Indian Claims Region, Maine State Planning Office

Maine Collection

Economic Profile of the Indian Claims Region

Prepared by: John Joseph, James Lindvall, Remi Jurenas & Beverly Gilcreast

Division of Economic Planning and Analysis and the Division of Comprehensive Planning, Maine State Planning Office, December 3, 1976.

Contents: I. Demographics of the Claims Region / II. Economics of the Claims Region / III. Housing Needs in the Claims Region / IV. Local Fiscal Considerations / V. Capital Markets

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Constitutional Issues In The Environmental Regulation Of Real Property, Fred P. Bosselman Jul 1976

Constitutional Issues In The Environmental Regulation Of Real Property, Fred P. Bosselman

All Faculty Scholarship

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A Mental Patient's Right To Vote: An Analysis Of The Wild Case, Lawrence O. Gostin Jan 1976

A Mental Patient's Right To Vote: An Analysis Of The Wild Case, Lawrence O. Gostin

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

This article is an analysis of the Wild case that was heard on 15 June 1976 by Judge Lloyd Jones of the County Court, Warrington.

In order to vote, the person's name must appear on the register of electors as a resident of a particular locality. Any place where the elector legitimately resides (even a hostel, a general hospital or a university) may be used as an address which qualifies a person for entry onto the register. The one exception is found in section 4(3) of the Representation of the People Act 1949, as amended by the Mental ...