Law and Legal Issues in the United States: Analyses and Developments. Volume 4

Laurent B. Landers (Editor)

Series: Law and Legal Issues in the United States: Analyses and Developments
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This series provides an overview of current analyses and developments pertaining to the law and legal issues in the United States. Topics covered in this volume include mandatory vaccinations; federal and state quarantine and isolation authority; prayer and religious expression in public institutions; free exercise of religion by secular organizations and their owners; aliens’ right to counsel in removal proceedings; nondiscrimination in environmental regulation; the proposed equal rights amendment; and federal civil rights statutes.
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Chapter 1 - Mandatory Vaccinations: Precedent and Current Laws (pp. 1-18)
Jared P. Cole and Kathleen S. Swendiman

Chapter 2 - Federal and State Quarantine and Isolation Authority (pp. 19-34)
Jared P. Cole

Chapter 3 - Prayer and Religious Expression in Public Institutions: A Constitutional Analysis (pp. 35-58)
Cynthia Brougher

Chapter 4 - Free Exercise of Religion by Secular Organizations and Their Owners: Implications for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) (pp. 59-88)
Cynthia Brougher

Chapter 5 - Aliens’ Right to Counsel in Removal Proceedings: In Brief (pp. 89-106)
Kate M. Manuel

Chapter 6 - Nondiscrimination in Environmental Regulation: A Legal Analysis (pp. 107-124)
Cynthia Brougher

Chapter 7 - The Proposed Equal Rights Amendment: Contemporary Ratification Issues (pp. 125-166)
Thomas H. Neale

Chapter 8 - Federal Civil Rights Statutes: A Primer (pp. 167-180)
Jody Feder


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