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Adding Fuel To The Fire: United States V. Booker And The Crack Versus Powder Cocaine Sentencing Disparity, Briton K. Nelson May 2006

Adding Fuel To The Fire: United States V. Booker And The Crack Versus Powder Cocaine Sentencing Disparity, Briton K. Nelson

University of Richmond Law Review

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Where Do We Draw The Line? Partisan Gerrymandering And The State Of Texas, Whitney M. Eaton May 2006

Where Do We Draw The Line? Partisan Gerrymandering And The State Of Texas, Whitney M. Eaton

University of Richmond Law Review

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Book Review- Turning The Tide: Saving The Chesapeake Bay, Carl W. Tobias May 2006

Book Review- Turning The Tide: Saving The Chesapeake Bay, Carl W. Tobias

University of Richmond Law Review

Nearly a quarter century ago, the states of the Chesapeake Bay region entered a compact by which they meant to improve the declining environmental quality of this national treasure. Concerned about the Bay's accelerating degradation, these jurisdictions hoped that the agreement would enhance the situation or at least stop the deterioration. Ten years after that accord's consummation, Tom Horton evaluated whether progress had been achieved in improving the Bay's environmental health. The writer determined that the answer was inconclusive. When a second decade had passed since the compact's adoption, Horton decided that he would conduct another ...


Barriers To Accessible Housing: Enforcement Issues In "Design And Construction" Cases Under The Fair Housing Act, Robert G. Schwemm Mar 2006

Barriers To Accessible Housing: Enforcement Issues In "Design And Construction" Cases Under The Fair Housing Act, Robert G. Schwemm

University of Richmond Law Review

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Love Doesn't Pay: The Fiction Of Marriage Rights In The Workplace, James A. Sonne Mar 2006

Love Doesn't Pay: The Fiction Of Marriage Rights In The Workplace, James A. Sonne

University of Richmond Law Review

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Small V. United States: Defining "Any" As A Subset Of "Any", Lee G. Lester Jan 2006

Small V. United States: Defining "Any" As A Subset Of "Any", Lee G. Lester

University of Richmond Law Review

"It shall be unlawful for any person.., who has been convicted in any court of a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year ... to ship or transport in interstate or foreign commerce, or possess in or affecting commerce, any firearm or ammunition ...." Although this statute, 18 U.S.C. ยง 922(g)(1), was enacted to keep firearms out of the hands of persons not entitled to possess them because of their criminal backgrounds, the scope of this statute has been controversial. Specifically, the federal circuits have disagreed as to whether the phrase "any court" applies to foreign ...


Jackson V. Birmingham Board Of Education: Expanding The Class Of The Protected, Or Protecting The Protectors?, Cassandra M. Hausrath Jan 2006

Jackson V. Birmingham Board Of Education: Expanding The Class Of The Protected, Or Protecting The Protectors?, Cassandra M. Hausrath

University of Richmond Law Review

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