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Damages For Unconstitutional Affirmative Action: An Analysis Of The Monetary Claims In Hopwood V. Texas, Richard Henry Seamon Jan 1998

Damages For Unconstitutional Affirmative Action: An Analysis Of The Monetary Claims In Hopwood V. Texas, Richard Henry Seamon

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Medicaid Managed Care And Disability Discrimination Issues, Mary Crossley Jan 1998

Medicaid Managed Care And Disability Discrimination Issues, Mary Crossley

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This article examines issues potentially raised under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by states' decisions whether and how to include disabled Medicaid recipients in the massive shift towards Medicaid managed care. Part II briefly examines the special issues that disabled Medicaid recipients pose with respect to managed care enrollment. These include issues of cost, quality, access, and program design and implementation. Part III describes various approaches that state programs have taken or are proposing to take with respect to the enrollment of disabled Medicaid recipients in managed care. These approaches range from simply excluding the SSI population from managed …


Car Wars: The Fourth Amendment's Death On The Highway, David A. Harris Jan 1998

Car Wars: The Fourth Amendment's Death On The Highway, David A. Harris

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In just the past few terms, the Supreme Court has issued several decisions that have increased police discretion to stop and question drivers and passengers and search both these persons and their vehicles. These cases are only the latest in a line that has slowly but surely made it ever easier for police to do these things without being concerned with procedural or constitutional obstacles.

This article traces the history of those cases, and argues that, however much protection the Fourth Amendment might accord to an ordinary citizen in his or her home or even walking down the street, it …


Afterword Beyond Sexual Orientation In Queer Legal Theory: Majoritarianism, Multidimensionality, And Responsibility In Social Justice Scholarship Or Legal Scholars As Cultural Warriors, Francisco Valdes Jan 1998

Afterword Beyond Sexual Orientation In Queer Legal Theory: Majoritarianism, Multidimensionality, And Responsibility In Social Justice Scholarship Or Legal Scholars As Cultural Warriors, Francisco Valdes

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