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Swan’s Picks; and Thanks

It's the beginning of Spring Semester, and SLoGLaw wants to thank Sarah Swan for faithfully making these picks every week. We also want to acknowledge Sarah's new gig at Rutgers Law School. The picks are coming to you on a Monday, rather than the usual Friday placement. Why? Because Kathryn Randolph, our wonderful Fellow at SALPAL, which administers the Blog, has completed her time with us. It was Kathryn who made sure that the links worked each week, and brought the Picks to you.


For the Spring, we are pleased to announce that we will have a Symposium in March on Co-CIties by Sheila R. Foster and Christain Iaione, forthcoming from MIT Press. We know that some of you have books in the offing, and we welcome your suggestions for reviewers on this site.


Scottsdale cuts off water supply to Rio Verde Foothills amid drought - The Washington Post 


Pittsburgh Police resume certain minor traffic stops despite policy against them | 90.5 WESA


Recent Civil RICO Claims Against Major Fossil Fuel Companies (natlawreview.com)


San Francisco reparations committee proposes a $5 million payment to each Black resident (msn.com)

Are Local Governments Leaving Billions on the Table? (governing.com)




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