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31 J. Legis. [i] (2004-2005)

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LEGISLATION
NOTRE DAME LAW SCHOOL                                NOTRE DAME, INDIANA
SYMPOSIUM
The Supreme Court and Election Law: A Reply to Three Commentators           1
Richard L. Hasen
Law, Politics, and Judicial Review: A Comment on Hasen                     17
Guy- Uriel E. Charles
Of Platonic Guardians, Trust, and Equality: A Comment on Hasen's Minimalist
Approach to the Law of Elections                                           25
Luis E. Fuentes-Rohwer
The Appearance of Election Law                                             37
John Copeland Nagle
ARTICLES
Reading for Terrorism: Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act and the
Constitutional Right to Information Privacy                                45
Michael J O'Donnell
God and Woman in the Catholic Hospital                                     69
Leonard J. Nelson, III
The Lewis Carroll Offense: The Ever-Changing Meaning of Corruptly
Within the Federal Criminal Law                                            129
Eric J. Tamashasky
NOTES
Attacking a Windmill: Why the CAN SPAM Act is a Futile Waste of Time and  177
Money
Daniel L. Mayer
Terrorists, Interrogation, and Torture: Where Do We Draw the Line?        191
Elizabeth S. Silker
Environmental Cleanup and the Interpretation of Comprehensive General
Liability Insurance Policies: A Lesson from the Oregon Legislature        217
Anna M. Smith

Volume 31

2004

Number 1

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