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Articles from Fordham Urban Law Journal (June 1, 2020)

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"WE'RE NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE": USING STATE AND LOCAL POWER TO FULFILL THE POTENTIAL OF THE OPPORTUNITY ZONE PROGRAM. Metzger, Charlie 21637
ADDRESSING THE SOCIAL COST OF DIGITAL TRANSITION: A NEW DECENNIAL CENSUS FOR 2020. Byrum, Greta 9643
FROM SMART CITIES TO CO-CITIES: EMERGING LEGAL AND POLICY RESPONSES TO URBAN VACANCY. Wu, Dan; Foster, Sheila R. 12085
GET SMART: HUMAN RIGHTS AND URBAN INTELLIGENCE: A RESPONSE TO GIVENS & LAM. Davis, Martha F. 8182
GOVERNING PRIVACY IN THE DATAFIED CITY. Rubinstein, Ira S.; Petkova, Bilyana 30023
IN DEFENSE OF REENTRY: A RESPONSE TO SHREYA SUBRAMANI'S PRODUCTIVE SEPARATIONS. Orians, Kelly; Frampton, Thomas 6332
KEEPING THE STREETS CLEAR: ADVANCING TRANSPORTATION EQUITY BY LIMITING EXEMPTIONS UNDER NEW YORK CITY'S CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT TOLLING PROGRAM. Krohnengold, Benjamin 16824
MITIGATING THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF FOOD INSECURITY IN NEW YORK CITY THROUGH THE SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM. Greene, Morgan 15314
PRODUCTIVE SEPARATIONS: EMERGENT GOVERNANCE OF REENTRY LABOR. Subramani, Shreya 11805
SMARTER CITIES OR BIGGER BROTHER? HOW THE RACE FOR SMART CITIES COULD DETERMINE THE FUTURE OF CHINA, DEMOCRACY, AND PRIVACY. Givens, John Wagner; Lam, Debra 21253
THE CRIMINALIZATION OF PREGNANCY AND ITS EFFECTS ON MATERNAL HEALTH: UNDERSTANDING STATE INTERVENTIONS. Vecchiarello, Vanessa 11444
THE PATH LESS TRAVELED: AFROCENTRIC SCHOOLS AND THEIR POTENTIAL FOR IMPROVING BLACK STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT WHILE UPHOLDING BROWN. Rotenberg, Chaz 16089

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