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Institutional Design and the Lingering Legacy of Antifederalist Separation of Powers Ideals in the States
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 1999)
This Article applies comparative institutional analysis to separation of powers under state constitutions, with a particular focus on the nondelegation doctrine and states' acceptance of Chadha-like restrictions on legislative ...
Constitutional Isolationism and the Limits of State Separation of Powers as a Barrier to Interstate Compacts
(Marquette Law Review, 2007)
In this Essay, I address the question of which branch of state government ought to have the authority to negotiate interstate compacts - a question of state separation of powers. Recent case law interpreting state constitutions ...