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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

STILL (Stuff That I Like Lots)

With apologies to that other site . . . .

I recently had the pleasure of looking again at Dov Fox's (USD) upcoming article on "Interest Creep."  In the article Dov talks about how government recitations of an interest justifying a particular infringement on a right tend to expand (hence, "creep") in ways that courts and scholars have largely failed to unpack.  Dov does a really nice job of explaining this phenomenon in the context of reproductive rights litigation (not just, or even primarily, abortion rights).  It's a really interesting examination of an issue that tends to fly under the radar.  I hope to say more about it later in the month, but for now let me just say, it's something that I like -- lots.

Posted by Bill Araiza on November 13, 2013 at 08:14 PM | Permalink


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