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Brief For Amici Curiae Aarp Et Al., United States Department Of Housing And Urban Development V. Rucker Et Al., Nos. 00-1770 & 00-1781 (U.S. Dec. 20, 2001), Peter B. Edelman Dec 2001

Brief For Amici Curiae Aarp Et Al., United States Department Of Housing And Urban Development V. Rucker Et Al., Nos. 00-1770 & 00-1781 (U.S. Dec. 20, 2001), Peter B. Edelman

U.S. Supreme Court Briefs

No abstract provided.


The Judicial Process For Victims Of Domestic Violence, And The Health Impact Of Domestic Violence, Assembly Select Committee On Domestic Violence Dec 2001

The Judicial Process For Victims Of Domestic Violence, And The Health Impact Of Domestic Violence, Assembly Select Committee On Domestic Violence

California Assembly

No abstract provided.


Baker V. State And The Promise Of The New Judicial Federalism, Charles H. Baron, Lawrence Friedman Dec 2001

Baker V. State And The Promise Of The New Judicial Federalism, Charles H. Baron, Lawrence Friedman

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

In Baker v. State, the Supreme Court of Vermont ruled that the state constitution’s Common Benefits Clause prohibits the exclusion of same-sex couples from the benefits and protections of marriage. Baker has been praised by constitutional scholars as a prototypical example of the New Judicial Federalism. The authors agree, asserting that the decision sets a standard for constitutional discourse by dint of the manner in which each of the opinions connects and responds to the others, pulls together arguments from other state and federal constitutional authorities, and provides a clear basis for subsequent development of constitutional principle. This Article ...


Informational Hearing On The Response To Recent Terrorist Attacks, Assembly Committee On Revenue And Taxation Nov 2001

Informational Hearing On The Response To Recent Terrorist Attacks, Assembly Committee On Revenue And Taxation

California Assembly

No abstract provided.


Medi-Cal Funded Induced Abortions 1999, Department Of Health Services Nov 2001

Medi-Cal Funded Induced Abortions 1999, Department Of Health Services

California Agencies

This report provides summary data on the number of fee-for-service Medi-Cal funded abortions performed during 1999, the type of facility where a procedure was performed, and Medi-Cal expenditures for these procedures. Only abortion claims received and processed for date-of-service January through December 1999 are included in this report. The term fee-for-service (FFS) used throughout this report refers to these claims. The data are presented at both county and state levels. Estimates of abortions for enrollees in Health Care Plans (HCP) are included since encounter data are not yet available. A distribution by county is provided.


Public Safety 2001: Creating A Safer California, Assembly Committee On Public Safety Oct 2001

Public Safety 2001: Creating A Safer California, Assembly Committee On Public Safety

California Assembly

MEMBERS
Carl Washington, Chair
Jay La Suer, Vice Chair
Gil Cedillo
Manny Diaz
Richard Dickerson
Fred Keeley
Paul Koretz

COMMITTEE STAFF
Bruce E. Chan, Chief Counsel
Gregory Pagan, Counsel
Fredericka McGee, Counsel
Alice Michel, Counsel
Lucy Armendariz, Counsel
Sue Highland, Committee Secretary
Christine Hiersche, Committee Secretary


Small Ethnically Owned Businesses: How To Break The Trade Barrier, Assembly Subcommittee On International Trade Oct 2001

Small Ethnically Owned Businesses: How To Break The Trade Barrier, Assembly Subcommittee On International Trade

California Assembly

As California moves toward a market incorporating increased international trade, its residents, especially those with diverse ethnic origins, are capitalizing on the prospects for using their cultural links to create entrepreneurial opportunities.

This hearing offered a rich assessment of these opportunities. It provided the Legislature with examples of successful ethnic entrepreneurs, how they succeeded and the pitfalls they had to overcome. There are a number of ideas presented here for how we can facilitate increased opportunities.

Also, the materials presented in this report offer a unique resource to businesses wishing to enter into the international market by outlining the various ...


Protecting Constitutional Freedoms In The Face Of Terrorism: Hearing Before The S. Comm. On The Judiciary, 107th Cong., Oct. 3, 2001 (Statement Of David D. Cole, Prof. Of Law, Geo. U. L. Center), David Cole Oct 2001

Protecting Constitutional Freedoms In The Face Of Terrorism: Hearing Before The S. Comm. On The Judiciary, 107th Cong., Oct. 3, 2001 (Statement Of David D. Cole, Prof. Of Law, Geo. U. L. Center), David Cole

Testimony Before Congress

No abstract provided.


F01rs Sgb No. 12 (Spectrum Alliance), Bourg, Fisher Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 12 (Spectrum Alliance), Bourg, Fisher

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To appropriate two thousand one hundred fourteen dollars and eighty-six cents ($2114.86) to Spectrum Alliance to help defray the cost of attending the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF) Creating Change Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on November 7-11, 2001


F01rs Sgb No. 11 (Nsslha), Brown, Paine Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 11 (Nsslha), Brown, Paine

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To appropriate one thousand two hundred thirty-five dollars and ten cents ($1,235.10) to the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association of LSU (NSSLHA) to help defray the cost of attending the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention in New Orleans on November 15-18, 2001.


F01 Rs Sgb No. 10 (Model Un), Abbott, Costello Oct 2001

F01 Rs Sgb No. 10 (Model Un), Abbott, Costello

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

to appropriate two thousand one hundred fourteen dollars and eighty-six cents ($2,114.86) to the Model United Nations of LSU for travel to and lodging at the Southern Regional Model United Nations Conference in Atlanta, GA.


F01rs Sgb No. 9 (Stein), Fisher Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 9 (Stein), Fisher

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To appropriate two thousand dollars ($2000) to the College Republican Alliance for the purpose of bringing Ben Stein to the LSU Campus for a lecture and comedy act.


F01rs Sgb No. 6 (Amnesty Intl), Winters, Abbott Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 6 (Amnesty Intl), Winters, Abbott

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To give Amnesty International of LSU $1760.00 to host the National Labor Committee’s Women Workers From Bangladesh National Speaking Tour.


F01rs Sgb No. 13 (Election Code), Thompson Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 13 (Election Code), Thompson

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To amend the LSU A&M Student Government Election Code in order to shorten and streamline the current campaign and election process


F01rs Sgb No. 3 (Voter Awareness), Fisher Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 3 (Voter Awareness), Fisher

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A RESOLUTION

to recognize the first week of October, 2001 as “Voter Awareness Week” on the campus of LSU A&M.


F01rs Sgr No. 11 (Rec Sports Fee), Griggs Oct 2001

F01rs Sgr No. 11 (Rec Sports Fee), Griggs

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A RESOLUTION

To create a committee to evaluate a Recreational Sports Complex fee increase.


F01rs Sgr No. 10 (Disability Access Day), Pegram, Dampier Oct 2001

F01rs Sgr No. 10 (Disability Access Day), Pegram, Dampier

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A RESOLUTION

To declare Wednesday 28 November 2001 “Disability Access Day” at Louisiana State University.


F01rs Sgr No. 8 (Tuition), Pegram, Brown, Bourg, Fisher Oct 2001

F01rs Sgr No. 8 (Tuition), Pegram, Brown, Bourg, Fisher

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A RESOLUTION

To show student support for creating a tuition waiver for All graduate teaching assistants (GTA’s), graduate assistants (GA’s), and research assistants (RA’s).


F01rs Sgr No. 7 (Horticulture), Bourg, Gnaidy Oct 2001

F01rs Sgr No. 7 (Horticulture), Bourg, Gnaidy

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A RESOLUTION

to affirm the permanent location of the Horticulture Hill Farm Teaching Facility on the LSU A&M Campus


F01rs Sgr No. 6 (Enrollment), Pegram, Brown Oct 2001

F01rs Sgr No. 6 (Enrollment), Pegram, Brown

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A RESOLUTION

To show student disapproval of increasing enrollment by 5000 students (bringing the total enrollment to 35,000 students) as a means in which to enlarge the strained operating budget and increase the lack of other sufficient revenues at the university.


F01rs Sgr No. 4 (Littering), E. Ducote, J. Ducote, T. Ducote Oct 2001

F01rs Sgr No. 4 (Littering), E. Ducote, J. Ducote, T. Ducote

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A RESOLUTION

to recommend to the administration of Louisiana State University Agricultural and Mechanical College to enact a policy whereby any student, faculty, staff or visitor caught littering cigarette butts on campus must pay a fine or do community service consisting of picking up cigarette butts.


F01rs Sgb No. 21 (Election Code), Abbott, Fisher Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 21 (Election Code), Abbott, Fisher

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To amend Article III, Section 7 of the Student Government Election Code as it relates to active campaigning and recognized student organizations


F01rs Sgb No. 20 (Election Code), Abbott, Fisher Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 20 (Election Code), Abbott, Fisher

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

to amend Article IV, Section 3 of the Student Government Election Code as it relates to “unsolicited e-mails to students”


F01rs Sgb No. 18 (Election Code), Gnaidy, Fisher Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 18 (Election Code), Gnaidy, Fisher

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To amend Article III, Section 5 and 6 of the LSU A&M Student Government Election Code, and other references, to require candidates to attend an entire meeting of the Student Senate prior to the election itself.


F01rs Sgb No. 14 (Constitution), Abbott, Fisher Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 14 (Constitution), Abbott, Fisher

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

to place an amendment of Article IX, Section 3 of the Student Government Constitution as it relates to effective dates of amendments to the Student Government Election Code onto the Spring 2002 election ballot for consideration


F01rs Sgb No. 8 (Roo), Winters Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 8 (Roo), Winters

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

A BILL

To amend the Rules of Order to allow members of standing committees to name proxies.


F01rs Sgb No. 7 (Mini-Baja), Rogge, Cooper Oct 2001

F01rs Sgb No. 7 (Mini-Baja), Rogge, Cooper

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

a bill

to appropriate one thousand three hundred five dollars and eighteen cents ($1305.18) to the LSU Mini-Baja Team to help defray the cost of purchasing parts (tires, rims, and torque converter) for the construction of an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) which will be entered in the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) National Engineering Design Competition.


A Comparative Look At Immigration And Human Capital Assessment, Stephen W. Yale-Loehr, Christoph Hoashi-Erhardt Oct 2001

A Comparative Look At Immigration And Human Capital Assessment, Stephen W. Yale-Loehr, Christoph Hoashi-Erhardt

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

This article examines the formation of an immigration policy designed to build up the skill and human capital of a country. We discuss how the process of selecting economic-stream migrants could be designed to yield economic benefits to the host country. Part I examines the theoretical considerations involved in framing a policy that governs economic-stream immigration. In this section, we outline the goals that a host country seeks to achieve in selecting these migrants and propose important elements of a selection scheme. Part II takes a comparative look at existing points-based schemes for selecting economic migrants, focusing on Canada and ...


Topic: Making K-12 Schools Safer, Resolving Conflict, Violence And Preventing Bullying, Assembly Committee On School Safety Sep 2001

Topic: Making K-12 Schools Safer, Resolving Conflict, Violence And Preventing Bullying, Assembly Committee On School Safety

California Assembly

No abstract provided.


3rd Annual Open Government Summit: Access To Public Records Act & Open Meetings Act, 2001, Department Of The Attorney General, State Of Rhode Island Aug 2001

3rd Annual Open Government Summit: Access To Public Records Act & Open Meetings Act, 2001, Department Of The Attorney General, State Of Rhode Island

School of Law Conferences, Lectures & Events

No abstract provided.