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In the summer of 2015, the Secretary of State of Arizona moved to intervene in an action against the Citizen’s Clean Elections Commission, an independent state agency attempting to regulate independent expenditures. Legacy Foundation Action Fund v. Citizens Clean Elections Commission. The Secretary of State, Michelle Reagan, claimed that she had the sole authority to […]Read More
It’s been a long year, but we’re finally there. The issue is with the printer and should be going out to the world shortly. To celebrate, we’re going to have a little shindig. More formally, we’d like to invite you to our Volume 1, Issue 1 Launch Party! The event will be held Wednesday April […]Read More
The Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law is proud to announce the contents of its first Volume, to be released in April, 2012.
All MJEAL articles will be available online, and archived by volume. “The Quest for a Sustainable Future and the Dawn of a New Journal at Michigan Law” By David M. Uhlmann “Deregulatory Riders Redux” By Thomas O. McGarity “Is a Substantive, Non-Positivist United States Environmental Law Possible?” By Dan Tarlock “A Functional Approach to Risks and […]Read More