Vol. 119 No. 3

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Article

LIFE AFTER JANUS

Aaron Tang *

The axe has finally fallen. In Janus v. American Federation of State, County, & Municipal Employees, Council 31, the Supreme Court struck down the major source of financial security enjoyed by public-sector unions, which represent nearly half of the nation’s fifteen million union members. Countless press stories, law review articles, and amicus briefs have criticized and defended this outcome.

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Constitutional Law
CLR Forum

HARDBALL VS. BEANBALL: IDENTIFYING FUNDAMENTALLY ANTIDEMOCRATIC TACTICS

Jed Handelsman Shugerman *

The “constitutional hardball” metaphor used by legal scholars and political scientists illuminates an important phenomenon in American politics, but it obscures a crisis in American democracy. In baseball, hardball encompasses legitimate tactics: pitching inside to brush a batter back but not injure, hard slides, hard tags. Baseball fans celebrate hardball. Many of the constitutional hardball maneuvers previously identified by scholars have[...]

Blockchain

Coin-Operated Capitalism Appendix C

Shaanan Cohney,* David Hoffman,** Jeremy Sklaroff *** & David Wishnick ****

wwwww wwwww wwwww wwwww ICO Name Supply Claims Burning Claims Vesting Claims Modification Claims Filecoin Sale Cap: ​200,000,000 “Q: What happens if less than 200mm tokens are sold? Do they get burnt? If not, who owns them?A: . . . We will split all rescale_spansing tokens as follows: We will first apply the rescale_spansder to pay for […]