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Title Cato Supreme Court Review, 2011-2012 / Ilya Shapiro, editor in chief
Published Washington, D.C. : Center for Constitutional Studies, Cato Institute, [2012]
©2012
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Description 1 online resource (xxi, 432 pages)
Contents The non-political branch? / Roger Pilon -- Introduction / Ilya Shapiro -- Has technology killed the fourth amendment? / Alex Kozinski and Eric S. Nguyen -- NFIB v. Sebelius and the triumph of fig-leaf federalism / David B. Rivkin Jr., Lee A. Casey and Andrew M. Grossman -- Enforcing limits on the affordable care act's mandated Medicaid expansion: the coercion principle and the clear notice rule / James E. Blumstein -- Sackett v. EPA: compliance orders and the right of judicial review / Damien M. Schiff -- Wetlands, property rights, and the due process deficit in environmental law / Jonathan H. Adler -- PPL Montana v. Montana: a unanimous smackdown of a state land grab / James L. Huffman -- Arizona v. United States: the unitary executive's enforcement discretion as a limit on federalism / Roderick M. Hills Jr. -- Escaping fourth amendment doctrine after Jones: physics, law, and privacy protection / Jim Harper -- The present and future regulation of plea bargaining: a look at Missouri v. Frye and Lafler v. Cooper / Wesley M. Oliver -- FCC, Fox, and that other F-word / John P. Elwood, Jeremy C. Marwell and Eric A. White -- Hosanna-Tabor, religious freedom, and the constitutional structure / John M. Robinson -- Casting an overdue skeptical eye: Knox v. SEIU / W. James Young -- Golan and Prometheus as misfit first amendment cases? / Elizabeth Townsend Gard -- Looking ahead: October term 2012 / Kannon K. Shanmugam and James M. McDonald
Summary Annotation Published every September, the Cato Supreme Court Review brings together leading scholars to analyze key cases from the Court's most recent term and preview the year ahead. Now in it's 10th edition, it is the only scholarly publication to critique the Court from a Madisonian perspective
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject United States. Supreme Court -- Periodicals.
Constitutional law -- United States -- Periodicals.
Genre/Form Periodicals.
Periodicals.
Form Electronic book
Author Shapiro, Ilya.
Cato Institute. Center for Constitutional Studies.
ISBN 1937184072 (electronic bk.)
9781937184070 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Supreme Court review