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10 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y [i] (2012)

handle is hein.journals/geojlap10 and id is 1 raw text is: THE GEORGETOWN JOURNAL
OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY
VOLUME 10   WwrER 2012   NUMBER I

Contents

Articles
Remarks Upon Receiving the Lifetime Service Award of the Georgetown Federalist
Society Chapter: Georgetown University Law Center April 26, 2011
Hon. Douglas H. Ginsburg
The Effects of Repealing Don't Ask, Don't Tell: Is the Combat Exclusion the Next
Casualty in the March Toward Integration?
Carla Crandall
Baffled by Inactivity: The Individual Mandate and the Commerce Power
John Valauri
The Commerce Clause, American Democracy, and the Affordable Care Act
Scott Boykin
Corporations, the Original Understanding, and the Problem of Power
Ian Speir
Notes
Pouring New Wine Into Old Wineskins: The Guaranty Clause and a Federalist
Jurisprudence of Voting Rights
Patrick A. Withers
Protecting the Rights of Inventors: How Natural Rights Theory Should Influence the
Injunction Analysis in Patent Infringement Cases
Eric Maughan
Simulacra of Virtue: The Responsibility of Labor Arbitrators in Employee Drug Testing
Grievances
Rebecca Kruser
Excluding Parsonages from Taxation: Declaring a Victor in the Duel Between Caesar
and the First Amendment
Martha M. Legg
Too Much Information: The Burden of Informed Consent Laws on Religious Hospitals
David C. Hiltebrand
Whose Money Is It Anyway?: Why Dodd-Frank Mandatory Compensation Clawbacks
Are Bad Public Policy
Sam Sharp

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