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New Day at the Pool: State Preemption, Common Pool Resources, and Non-Place Based Municipal Collaborations

New Day at the Pool: State Preemption, Common Pool Resources, and Non-Place Based Municipal Collaborations

By Jonathan Rosenbloom State preemption laws strictly limit local governments from regulating beyond their borders. Local governments,..

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...

Expanding Regional Renewable Governance

By Hannah Wiseman Energy drives economies and quality of life, yet accessible traditional fuels are increasingly scarce. Federal, state,..