Volume 48, Number 1

Articles

Recusal Legislating: Congress’s Answer to Institutional Stalemate
Michael J. Teter
1
Credit Default Swaps, Clearinghouses, and Systemic Risk: Why Centralized Counterparties Must Have Access to Central Bank Liquidity
Jeremy C. Kress
49
Counterterrorism, The Constitution, and The Civil-Criminal Divide: Evaluating the Designation of U.S. Persons Under The International Emergency Economic Powers Act
Eric Sandberg-Zakian
95
New Adventures of The Old Bureau: Modern-Day Reclamation Statutes and Congress’s Unfinished Environmental Business
Reed D. Benson
137
When Performance Matters: The Past, Present, and Future of Consequential Accountability in Public Education
Sandy Kress, Stephanie Zechmann, and J. Matthew Schmitten
185

Notes

The Value of Health and Wealth: Economic Theory, Administration, and Valuation methods for Capping the Employer Sponsored Insurance Tax Exemption
Blaine G. Saito
235

Recent Developments

The Secret Holds Elimination Act 271

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