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Volume 33: Issue 2

International and Urban Affairs / Recent Minnesota Supreme Court Decisions

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International and Urban Affairs

Thom Brooks
Punishing States that Cause Global Poverty

Thomas S. Axworthy and Herman B. Leonard
The Long March in Hong Kong: Continuing Steps in the Transition from Colony to Democracy

Xiabo Zhang
Asymmetric Property Rights in China's Economic Growth

Myron Orfield and Nicholas Wallace
The Minnesota Fiscal Disparities Act of 1971: The Twin Cities' Struggle and Blueprint for Regional Cooperation

Michael Lewyn and Shane Cralle
Planners Gone Wild: The Overregulation of Parking


Recent Minnesota Supreme Court Decisions

Eric Linsk
Property—Hole-in-One for Land-Use Control: Endorsing the Dominance of Comprehensive Plans—Mendota Golf, LLP v. City of Mendota Heights

Michael Everson
Criminal Law—Conflicting Values: Confrontation Rights in Sexual Abuse Cases Involving the Youngest of Victims—State v. Bobadilla

Kevin C. Riach
Civil Procedure—Epilogue to a Farce: Reestablishing the Power of Minnesota's Open Meeting Law—Prior Lake American v. Mader

Doug Frazey
Contracts—When "Good Cause" Goes Bad: Minnesota Restricts Protection for Dealers Under HUEMDA—River Valley Truck Ctr., Inc. v. Interstate Cos.

David J. Krco
Torts—Narrowing the Window: Refining the Personal Duty Requirement for Coemployee Liability Under Minnesota's Workers' Compensation System—Stringer v. Minnesota Vikings Football Club, LLC

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