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From:Michigan Law Review (Vol. 119, Issue 7) Peer-ReviewedThe meaning of sex matters. The interpretive methodology by which the meaning of sex is determined matters. Both of these were at issue in the Supreme Court's recent landmark decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, where...
From:Michigan Law Review (Vol. 119, Issue 7) Peer-ReviewedPublic charge is a ground of inadmissibility based upon the likelihood that a noncitizen will become dependent on government benefits in the future. Once designated as a public charge, a noncitizen is ineligible to be...
From:Michigan Law Review (Vol. 119, Issue 7) Peer-ReviewedDespite longstanding orthodoxy, the Constitution's enumeration of congressional powers does virtually nothing to limit federal lawmaking. That's not because of some bizarrely persistent judicial failure to read the...
From:Michigan Law Review (Vol. 119, Issue 7) Peer-ReviewedWeb accessibility requires designing and developing websites so that people with disabilities can use them without barriers. While the internet has become central to daily life, websites have overwhelmingly remained...
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