Espinoza v. Montana Dept.: 5 problems of a result-driven judicial review

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SCOTUS enthusiast and watcher. Lecturer in Constitutional and Comparative Constitutional Law; Legal Theory @ UNIBE & PUCMM-CSTA, Dom. Rep. Fordham Law Alumni.

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SCOTUS enthusiast and watcher. Lecturer in Constitutional and Comparative Constitutional Law; Legal Theory @ UNIBE & PUCMM-CSTA, Dom. Rep. Fordham Law Alumni.

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