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"Pay At The Pump" Auto Insurance: The California Vehicle Injury Plan (Vip) For Better Compensation, Fairer Funding, And Greater Safety, Stephen D. Sugarman
Stephen D Sugarman
This small book offers the basic argument for a comprehensive auto no-fault plan that is largely funded by payments made as motorists purchase gasoline. This VIP "Pay at the Pump" plan would replace the current scheme of tort liability and private automobile liability insurance. It would save most motorists money, it would more fairly price the cost of auto accidents, it would promote safer cars and safer driving, and it would far better compensate victims (especially seriously injured victims) of auto accidents than does the current scheme.
Ways To Think About The Unitary Executive: A Comment On Approaches To Government Structure, Michael A. Fitts
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Procedural Fairness And Incentive Programs: Reflections On The Environmental Choice Program, David S. Cohen
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications
This paper explores the application of procedural fairness to the federal government’s Environmental Choice Program’s decision-making processes. While Canadian courts have traditionally required public bureaucrats to act “fairly” when implementing command models of regulation, they have only recently been confronted with demands that regulators implementing economic incentive programs also act in accordance with procedural fairness norms.