In 2001, the New York Court of Appeals unanimously ruled, in Aliessa v. Novello, that it was unconstitutional for New York State to bar immigrants who lawfully reside in the United States from receiving state-funded Medicaid benefits.
The public conversation regarding the efforts to weaken and undermine the Affordable Care Act has missed a critical point: the potential repeal of Essential Health Benefits. This article draws attention to Essential Health Benefits with a specific focus on how
Within affirmative action cases alone, the Court has never before had to contend with defining a concept such as critical mass. More broadly within racial justice and education, however, vagueness is not a new challenge.
The existing criminal procedure laws of New York do not afford the misdemeanor accused any meaningful preliminary opportunity to fight the substantiation of the accusations against them.
Nicolas Duque-Franco¥ Duque-Franco: What is—and how did—Just Leadership USA’s (“JLUSA”) mission come about? Marton: JLUSA’s mission is to cut the correctional population of the United States in half by 2030. The year was chosen in part because it is an
Andrew Gerst∞ Note: This interview has been edited and condensed for publication. AG: Prof. Guggenheim, thank you so much for speaking with us today. The Family Defense Symposium took place in April 2016. It’s been twenty-five years since the Family
Michael Pernick∞ On November 7, New Yorkers will have the opportunity to vote on whether to hold a state Constitutional Convention. If New Yorkers vote for a Convention this November and a majority of the delegates elected to the Convention
Juliana Morgan-Trostle∞ We do not believe that petitioner’s participation in [nonviolent civil disobedience] can be characterized as involving moral turpitude. If we were to deny to every person who has engaged in a “sit-in” or other form of
Taylor Pendergrass∞ Ian Kysel’s seminal investigative report, “Growing Up Locked Down: Youth In Solitary Confinement Jails and Prisons Across the United States,” exposed the harrowing and sometimes deadly experiences of young people subjected to solitary confinement in America. In “Banishing