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Articles from Stanford Law & Policy Review (March 22, 2012)

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A blanket too short and too narrow: California's nonpartisan blanket primary. Jackson, William B. 6533
Communities and the California commission. Stephanopoulos, Nicholas O. 7588
Communities and the California commission. Stephanopoulos, Nicholas O. 15704
Democrats at DOJ: why partisan use of the Voting Rights Act might not be so bad after all. Katz, Ellen D. 8357
Drafting proper short bill titles: do states have the answer? Jones, Brian Christopher 10550
Drawing lines in shifting sands: the DOJ, the VRA, and the 2011 redistricting process. Persily, Nathaniel 11997
Drawing voters back into the electoral process: why and how. Tanner, John; Ford, Randall; Dinkler, Carling, IV 4498
Redistricting in today's shifting racial landscape. Thernstrom, Abigail 22949
Reforming public pensions in Rhode Island. Hu, Christopher D. 4999
Seats, votes, citizens, and the one person, one vote problem. Gaddie, Ronald Keith; Wert, Justin J.; Bullock, Charles S., III 10301
The cure for what ails: a realistic remedy for the medical malpractice "crisis". Williams, Alan G. 22862

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