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Indemnification as an Alternative to Nullification
(Montana Law Review, 2015)
The federalization of criminal law arguably threatens the states’ traditional police powers. Congress has criminalized myriad activities the states condone (or at least tolerate); it has denied federal criminal defendants ...
Medical Marijuana and the Political Safeguards of Federalism
(Denver University Law Review, 2012)
Medical marijuana has emerged as one of the key federalism battlegrounds of the last two decades. Since 1996, sixteen states have passed new laws legalizing the drug for certain medical purposes.' All the while, the federal ...