17 Geo. J. on Poverty L. & Pol'y [i] (2010)

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Poverty Law and Policy
Volume XVII, Number 1, Winter 2010
Introduction
From the Editor's Desk: The Dawning of a New Era in Poverty Policy Reform
H asa  A . K ingo  ..................................................................................................... . .
Articles
Lessons for Social Scientists and Politicians: An Analysis of Welfare Reform
Jasm in  Sethi  ....................................................................................................... . 5
School Vouchers and the Road to Academic Excellence after Bush v. Holmes
Stephen  M esser  ..................................................................................................  33
The California Tenant Stability Act: A Solution for Renters Affected by the
Foreclosure Crisis
N icole  G on  O chi  .................................................................................................  51
Essay
From Hallway Corridor to Homelessness: Tenants Lack Right to Counsel in
New York Housing Court
H arvey  G ee  ....................................................................................................... ..  87
Notes
B'ringing Balance to the Budget Debate: Challenging the Privileged Procedural
Status of Regressive Tax Expenditures over Progressive Discretionary
Spending Programs
R obert Lep ore  ......................................................................................................  103
Trade We Can Believe In: Renegotiating NAFrA's Labor Provisions to Create
More Equitable Growth in North America
C ody  Jacobs  ........................................................................................................  127
Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Evaluating the Healthy Marriage
Initiative in Light of America's Welfare History
R achel  C ohen  .......................................................................................................  145

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