32 Seton Hall Legis. J. [i] (2007-2008)

handle is hein.journals/sethlegj32 and id is 1 raw text is: SETON HALL LEGISLATIVE JOURNAL

VOLUME 32                    2007                 NUMBER 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
THE 2006 SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR MEDAL OF HONOR
RECIPIENT -JUDGE REENA RAGGI
ARTICLES
Physician-Assisted Suicide: An Assessment and Comparison of
Statutory Approaches Among the States
Katherine Ann Wingfield and Carl S. Hacker ...................... 13
The Doomsday Suction: Disaster Management in the Age of
Homeland Security
Thom as N osewicz ................................................................ 65
Political Gerrymandering After LULAC v. Perry: Considering
Political Science for Legislative Action
WilliamJ. Phelan, TV  .......................................................   89
NOTES
The Global Online Freedom Act: A Critique of its Objectives,
Methods, And Ultimate Effectiveness Combating American
Businesses that Facilitate Internet Censorship in the People's
Republic of China
W illiam J  Cannici,  . .......................................................... 123
Ensuring   the   Domestic   Violence  Victim   a   Means   of
Communication: Why Passing Legislation that Criminalizes
Impairing Another's Communication Is the Next Logical Step
in Combating Domestic Violence
D ennis Feeney, Jr  .................................................................. 167
Golfing on Green Acres: Is the Acquisition of Golf Courses an
Appropriate Means of Preserving Open Space in NewJersey?
Shannon  Carroll ................................................................... 211

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