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Michael S. Kang* This Article challenges the basic premise in the law of gerrymandering that partisanship is a constitutional government purpose at all. ...

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Evan J. Ballan* When the government contracts with private parties, the risk of fraud runs high. Fraud against the government hurts everyone: taxpayer ...

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Leah M. Litman* Introduction At the end of the Supreme Court’s 2016 Term, the Court issued its decision in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt.[1] One ...

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Michigan Law Review is now accepting Article submissions. Submissions may be made via Scholastica by clicking on the button below: Please click here for submission guidelines.

Michigan Law Review will begin accepting Article submissions via Scholastica on February 1, 2016. Please click here for submission guidelines.