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Recent Developments in Whistleblower Law from a Whistleblower Lawyer’s PerspectiveRecent Developments in Whistleblower Law from a Whistleblower Lawyer’s Perspective
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Constitutional LawConstitutional Law
Only addresses #2; no justification for why we’re looking at meaning for founders
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United states court of appeals tenth circuit cherokee nation of oklahomaUnited states court of appeals tenth circuit cherokee nation of oklahoma
Gale norton, Secretary of the United States Department of the Interior, aurene martin, Acting Assistant Secretary of the United States Department of the Interior, and delaware tribe of indians, in their official capacities
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Search Me Handout 4: Search Me in Public General Fourth Amendment InformationSearch Me Handout 4: Search Me in Public General Fourth Amendment Information
In other words, the Fourth Amendment doesn’t prevent private citizens, companies, or organizations from conduct searches and seizures
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Technology and the Fourth Amendment General Fourth Amendment InformationTechnology and the Fourth Amendment General Fourth Amendment Information
In other words, the Fourth Amendment doesn’t prevent private citizens, companies, or organizations from conducting searches and seizures
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Equality, Vulnerability, and Post-Identity Feminist Politics Martha Albertson FinemanEquality, Vulnerability, and Post-Identity Feminist Politics Martha Albertson Fineman
Feminists in the early 20th century relied on the concept of equality in confronting the disadvantages and discrimination that were inherent in the founding of the nation and development of its laws
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Typhoid Mary: Captive to the Public’s Health Judith Walzer Leavitt BackgroundTyphoid Mary: Captive to the Public’s Health Judith Walzer Leavitt Background
Judith Walzer Leavitt. Leavitt's primary sources include records of the New York City Department of Health; reports by William H. Park, George A. Soper
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Santa Fe Independent School District v. Doe Argued: March 29, 2000 DecidedSanta Fe Independent School District v. Doe Argued: March 29, 2000 Decided
This case, Santa Fe Independent School District v. Doe, is about whether a school district would violate the Establishment Clause by allowing student-led prayers before a school football game
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