Extraterritoriality of Restrictive State Abortion Laws: States Can Abort Plans to Abort at Home but Not Abroad
Ries, Andrew J.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW QUARTERLY 1992 Winter; 70(4): 1205- 1228
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The Relationships between Permissive and Restrictive State Immigration Laws and Violent Crime Rates in Big Cities Lopes, Harrison (Georgetown University, 2014)Traditionally a responsibility of the federal government, immigration policymaking has become more common in state legislatures. The majority of new state laws addressing immigration have been restrictive in the sense that ...