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Equity And Efficacy In Washington State's Gma Affordable Housing Goal, Henry Mcgee Jan 2000

Equity And Efficacy In Washington State's Gma Affordable Housing Goal, Henry Mcgee

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This essay considers the basis for the Washington State's Growth Management Act’s (GMA) affordable housing goal, considers the relationship between its achievement and the reduction of urban sprawl. It also links the GMA's goal of an equitable distribution of housing resources to a fundamental social aspiration described by the United States Congress as a "decent home and living environment for all Americans." Indeed, it will be argued that the economic disparity and inequity directly linked to urban sprawl-both a cause as well as an effect-are locked ineluctably to a pathological social process in which they feed upon ...


The Calm Before The Storm: First Amendment Cases In The 1998-99 Term, Joel Gora Jan 2000

The Calm Before The Storm: First Amendment Cases In The 1998-99 Term, Joel Gora

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No abstract provided.


The Locus Of Lawmaking: Uniform State Law, Federal Law, And Bankruptcy Reform, Edward J. Janger Jan 2000

The Locus Of Lawmaking: Uniform State Law, Federal Law, And Bankruptcy Reform, Edward J. Janger

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No abstract provided.


Hercules, Herbert, And Amar: The Trouble With Intratextualism, Ernest A. Young, Adrian Vermeule Jan 2000

Hercules, Herbert, And Amar: The Trouble With Intratextualism, Ernest A. Young, Adrian Vermeule

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Commentary on, Akhil Reed Amar, Intratextualism, 112 Harvard Law Review 747 (1999).