Federal Election Day didn’t just happen. Rather, it reflects the culmination of a series of federal laws enacted over the course of nearly seventy years.
The Supreme Court’s decision in the “Bridgegate” controversy has been the subject of intense debate. It has received strong support. However, some critics assail the
“Waiving” Goodbye to Medicaid as We Know It: Modern State Attempts to Transform Medicaid Programs Through Section 1115 Waivers
This Note explores recent state efforts to reshape their respective Medicaid programs through Section 1115 waivers. Specifically, this Note looks at states that wish to
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Politicians as Fiduciaries: Public Law v. PrivateLaw When Altering the Date of an Election
Author: Steven J. Cleveland
The Digital Samaritans
Author: Eldar Haber
Insider Trading Enforcement
Author: Michael A. Perino
The Independent Board as Shield
Author: Gregory H. Shill
Defending Democracy: Taking Stock of the Global Fight Against Digital Repression, Disinformation, and Election Insecurity
Authors: Scott J. Shackelford JD, Ph.D.; Angie Raymond, JD; Abbey Stemler, JD, MBA; Cyanne Loyle, Ph.D.