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Cash for College? House Committee Advances Tax Breaks for Students

0 Comments 16 July 2014

With students long gone on summer break, the House Committee on Ways and Means recently advanced legislation by a vote of 22-13 that combines several of the existing tax incentives for higher education into one unified tax credit.  Representatives Diane Black (R-TN) and Danny K. Davis (D-IL), who introduced The Student and Family Tax Simplification Act […]

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Volume 51, No. 2 Available Online

0 Comments 30 June 2014

Volume 51, No. 2 of the Harvard Journal on Legislation is now available on the JOL website!

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Volume 51, No. 1 Available Online

0 Comments 26 March 2014

Volume 51, No. 1 of the Harvard Journal on Legislation, featuring articles by Congressman Clyburn (D-SC), Professors Alejandro E. Camacho of UC-Irvine Law School and Professor Robert L. Glicksman of George Washington University School of Law, Joseph Henchman and Christopher L. Stephens  of the Tax Foundation, and Professor Linda Sugin of Fordham Law School, was published on March 12th and is now […]

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2014 Symposium Recap

1 Comment 14 March 2014

Over lunch on February 11 and 12, the Harvard Law School Journal on Legislation hosted its annual symposium. This year’s topic, Drug Policy: Reality and Reform, proved timely and engaging to members of the Harvard Law community. Welcoming a standing-room-only audience to hear from some of the field’s leading experts and authorities, JOL succeeded in […]

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Student Blog: Prescription for Paternalism

33 Comments 28 February 2014

By Jenna Tynan, HLS Class of 2016 – Multiple commentators have weighed in on the relative boon or bust of the long-awaited Obamacare implementation.  Both perspectives, however, have shown that any legislation’s impact is determined not only by the text of the act but also by the parties affected.  A recent personal experience at the […]

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