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33 Hamline L. Rev. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/hamlrv33 and id is 1 raw text is: HAMLINE LAW REVIEW
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
1       Employers Beware: Retaliation Prohibited by the Court in Crawford v.
Metropolitan Government of Nashville, CBOCS West, Inc. v. Humphries, and
Gomez-Perez v. Potter
Sue Ann Mota and Erin Elisabeth Waldman
19      Polar Tankers, Inc. v. City of Valdez, Alaska: A New Spin on the Tonnage
Clause Leaves Lower Courts and Government Taxing Authorities High
and Dry
Taylor Simpson- Wood
39      Unveiling Confrontation Forfeiture: A Return to Lord Morley
Andrew A. Hitt
71      Chain Novels and Amendments Outside Article V: A Literary Solution to a
Constitutional Conundrum
William T. Han
COMMENTS
95      To Impound or Not to Impound: Why Courts Need to Define Legitimate
Impoundment Purposes to Restore Fourth Amendment Privacy Rights to
Motorists
Chad Carr
137     A Call for Minnesota to Prevent Health Insurance Rescissions Following
Post-Claims Underwriting
William B. Maguire

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