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Volume 41  •  Issue 3  •  Spring 2014  •  Pages 483 to 706

The New Flat Tax: A Modest Proposal For a Constitutionally Apportioned Wealth Tax
by John T. Plecnik

Analyzing the Constitutional Implications of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Process to Determine Incompetency: Is the Federal Government Violating the Second Amendment and Due Process?
by Joshua Flynn-Brown

The U.S. Supreme Court’s Failure to Fix Plea Bargaining: The Impact of Lafler and Frye
by Cynthia Alkon

“Bring Your Own Devices”: A Cautionary Tale for Public Employees During Investigatory Searches
by Julie Chow

Passwords Please: Rethinking the Constitutional Right to Informational Privacy in the Context of Social Media
by Sara E. Stratton

Wireless Internet Searches: How the Fourth Amendment Applies to Police Searches of Information Accessed Over a Wireless Internet Connection
by Taylor Hobin



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HCLQ's Autonomy, Debate, and Corporate Speech by David Shelledy was cited by Justice Stevens in his opinion, dissenting in part and concurring in part, in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission for the proposition that at the time the First Amendment was ratified, all corporate activities were regarded as resting "entirely in a concession of the sovereign."



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