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Arkansas Game and Fish Commission v. United States

Arkansas Game and Fish Commission v. United States

By David Baake The Fifth Amendment’s Takings Clause provides that private property shall not be “taken for public use, without just..

Federalism in the Air: Is the Clean Air Act’s “My Way or No Highway” Provision Constitutional After NFIB v. Sebelius?

By David Baake Since the New Deal era, the Supreme Court has interpreted the Spending Clause to permit Congress to use conditional grants..

Commerce in the Commons: A Unified Theory of Natural Capital Regulation Under the Commerce Clause

By Blake Hudson Scholars continue to debate the scope of Congress’s Commerce Clause authority and whether fluctuations in the U.S...

Comment: Stop the Beach Renourishment, Inc. v. Florida Department of Environmental Protection

By Jared Policicchio After five years of relative quiet, federal property law doctrine is once again the site of renewed controversy. Last..