Tag Archives: Decisions

Imperiled Treasures: How Recent Supreme Court Decisions and Agency Actions Have Endangered Southwest

New report from the National Wildlife Federation: “For thirty years the federal Clean Water Act broadly protected waters in the nation and across the Southwest. It sought, with a great deal of success, to safeguard important waters from pollution and… … Continue reading

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GAO Offers Insight on Competitive Range Decisions & Protests

Federal procurements often include a competitive range of offerors seeking the contract award.  The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) competitive range procedure offers the agency an incremental stage in the competition where it can pare down a large pool of offerors … Continue reading

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'César's Choice': The conditions and decisions facing reunited immigrant families–a conversation with Prof. Lauren Gilbert

On Tempest Tossed, Alex Aleinikoff speaks with Professor Lauren Gilbert on the detention of re-united immigrant families and the difficult choices they face: should they return to their home countries together, should the parent return and child stay in the… … Continue reading

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Better Emergency Medical Decisions through POLST

Hospice medical director Vic Sandler and I discussed POLST on the Minnesota Hospice and Healthcare Show this weekend. The show was broadcast live and is archived here.  Check out other recent shows on other end-of-life planning issues. Read more detail … Continue reading

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Schwartz on Qualified Immunity & Decisions Not to Sue Police

Joanna C. Schwartz (University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) – School of Law) has posted Qualified Immunity Selection Effects on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: Available evidence suggests that only 1% of people who believe they have been wronged by the police … Continue reading

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