Public Law Journal
Public Law Journal

Public Law Journal is the quarterly publication of the Public Law Section.

For article submission guidelines, see Public Law Journal Article Submission Guidelines. To submit an article, contact the Public Law Journal Editor.

Tables of Contents and Archive of Back Issues

Below are the contents of the issues from Fall 1999 to the present. To receive your copy of the Public Law Journal automatically, simply join the Section.

Recent issues are posted in our Members Only Area, where Section members can also request copies of past articles.

Fall 2016

Volume 39, Number 4 - Posted in the Members Only Area

Claire GibsonJohn AppelbaumScott DickeySylvia Torres GuillenMichaela GoldsteinChristopher WhitmanDonna Mooney

Look for the following features:

MCLE Self-Study Article:
Bid Problems Don’t Have to be Big Problems
Part Two: Managing Bid Protests

By Clare M. Gibson
This article is available in our online catalog for self-study MCLE credit.

Message from the Chair
By John Appelbum

Sylvia Torres-Guillén Honored as the 2016 Public Lawyer of the Year
By Scott Dickey

Remarks of the 2016 Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Year Award Recipient Sylvia Torres-Guillén
By Sylvia Torres-Guillén

Loyola Law School Student Michaela Goldstein Wins Public Law Student Writing Competition

The Anomalous Result: California Higher Education Student-on-Student Violence
By Michaela Goldstein

Four Members Appointed to the Public Law Section Executive Committe

Law School Events

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Christopher Whitman and Donna Mooney

Summer 2016

Volume 39, Number 3 - Posted in the Members Only Area.

Gary SchonsElizabeth PiancaClaire GibsonDavid KingEugene ParkJohn Appelbaum

MCLE Self-Study Article:
Government Corruption: A Global Threat and Domestic Fear and the Supreme Court's Curb on Public Integrity Prosecution

By Gary W. Schons

Message from the Chair
By Elizabeth G. Pianca

Bid Problems Do Not Have to Be Big Problems. Part One: Avoiding Bid Protests
By Clare M. Gibson

Squirtles and Pidgeys and Eevees, Oh My!: Pokémon Go, Augmented Reality Games and Public Property
By David H. King

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Eugene Park

Public Law Section Hosts Three Law School Panel Receptions in October
By John M. Appelbaum

Spring 2016

Volume 39, Number 2 - Posted in the Members Only Area

Gideon KrakovJordan R. SissonElizabeth PiancaCheryl A. LeanzaJoseph Van EatonLeonie Mulvihill with Dennis D. O'NeilJohn AppelbaumBonnie MalyEugene Park

MCLE Self-Study Article:
A Tax by Another Name: Beware of Excessive Fees Included in Exclusive Waste Hauling Franchise Contracts
By Gideon Kracov and Jordan R. Sisson

Message from the Chair
By Elizabeth G. Pianca

Weaving Together the Strands of Big Data Policy and Practice in Local Government
By Cheryl A. Leanza* and Joseph Van Eaton

Profiles in Public Law: An Interview With Dennis D. O’Neil
By Leonie Mulvihill

The Public Law Section Hosts Two Dynamic Conferences
By John M. Appelbaum

Kirby v. County of Fresno: Can a City or County Make It a Crime to Cultivate or Use Medical Marijuana?
By Bonnie C. Maly

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Eugene Park

Winter 2016

Volume 39, Number 1 - Posted in the Members Only Area

Shayna Van HoftenCatherine GrovesElizabeth PiancaRoy HanleyTeresa HighsmithIrma RodriguezMarilou MirkovichFilomena GehartEugene Park

MCLE Self-Study Article: Why Take 8 Steps When You Can Get There In 4? The FPPC’s New Conflict of Interest Regulations for Public Officials in California
By Shayna van Hoften and Catherine Groves

Message from the Chair
By Elizabeth G. Pianca

Conflict of Interest Advice for the Real Estate Professional Public Official
By Roy Hanley and Teresa L. Highsmith

Invitation for Nominations for the Public Law Section of the State Bar of California Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Year Award

Five “Tripping Points” in Workplace Investigations
By Irma Rodriguez Moisa and Marilou Mirkovich

Domestic Violence Victims a Nuisance We Cannot Ignore
By Filomena Gehart

The Public Law Section 2016 Student Writing Competition

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Eugene Park

Fall 2015

Volume 38, Number 4 - Posted in the Members Only Area

Nikki HallSteven ShawElizabeth PiancaBarbara ParkerScott C. SmithTilman HeyerEugene ParkJohn Appelbaum

MCLE Self-Study Article: Workplace Drug and Alcohol Policies: Common Pitfalls for the Public Employer
By Nikki Hall and Steven P. Shaw

Message from the Chair
By Elizabeth G. Pianca

Barbara Parker Honored as the 2015 Public Lawyer of the Year

Remarks of the 2015 Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Year Award Recipient Barbara Parker
By Barbara Parker

UCI Law Student Tilman Heyer Wins Public Law Student Writing Competition
By Scott C. Smith

Santa Brought Measles: California’s 2014 Measles Outbreak and the Constitutionality of Mandates and Religious Exemptions
By Tilman Heyer

Five Members Appointed to the Public Law Section Executive Committee

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Eugene Park

Public Law Section Continues Partnerships with California Law Schools to Initiate Panel Receptions with Public Officials and Practitioners
By John Appelbaum

Summer 2015

Volume 38, Number 3 - Posted in the Members Only Area

Jonathan V. HoltzmanRandy RiddleSteve CikesK. Scott DickeyDean Erwin ChemerinskyDavid KingMichael AsimowKenneth J. Price

MCLE Self-Study Article: Can the State Use Its Spending Powers to Circumvent Charter Cities’ Home Rule Authority?
By Jonathan V. Holtzman, Randy Riddle & Steve Cikes

Message from the Chair
By K. Scott Dickey

Profiles in Public Law: An Interview with Dean Erwin Chemerinsky
By David H. King

Your Top Ten List of California Administrative Law Reforms
By Michael Asimow

Litigation & Case Law Update
Compiled by K. Scott Dickey

Legislative Update
By Kenneth J. Price

The Public Law Section Sponsors Two Successful Public Law Conferences

Spring 2015

Volume 38, Number 2 - Posted in the Members Only Area

Steven MillerNicole WittK. Scott DickeyRachel SommovillaSarah E. OwsowitzJordan FergusonKenneth J. PriceJohn M. Appelbaum

MCLE Self-Study Article: The Wild West of Commercial Drones-- Why 2015 Could Be a Pivotal Year in California
By Steven Miller and Nicole Witt

Message from the Chair
By K. Scott Dickey

Harassing Speech in a Limited Public Forum: A Double-Edged Liability Sword
By Rachel H. Sommovilla

AB 52: CEQA's New Perspective on the Environment and Tribal Cultural Resources
By Sarah E. Owsowitz

Shifting Landscapes: Regulatory Challenges Stemming from Energing Technologies
By Jordan Ferguson

Litigation and Case Law Update
By K. Scott Dickey

Legislative Update
By Kenneth J. Price

The Public Law Section Kicks Off Two Unique and Exciting Conferences
By John M. Appelbaum

Winter 2015

Volume 38, Number 1 - Posted in the Members Only Area

MCLE Self-Study Article: Regulate or Be Regulated: The Impact of Landmark Groundwater Legislation on Local Agencies
By Kenneth J. Price and Lauren D. Layne

Message from the Chair
By K. Scott Dickey

Unscrambling the Egg: Social Security Disability Law and Substance Use Disorders
By The Honorable David J. Agatstein

Why the Court Should Apply Intermediate Scrutiny to Equal Protection Challenges to Election Laws
By Matt Collins

New California Sustainability Laws
By Theodore L. Senet, Esq.

Litigation & Case Law Update
By K. Scott Dickey

Legislative Update
By Kenneth J. Price

Public Law Section Pioneers Cutting Edge Conferences in Conjunction with the University of California
By John M. Applebaum

Fall 2014

Volume 37, Number 4 - Posted in the Members Only Area

Derek ColeScott DickeyScott DickeyKenneth Price

“Grandfathering” of Emergency Medical Services Under “Section 201” of the Emergency Medical Services Act 
By Derek Cole

Message from the Chair
By K. Scott Dickey

Wendy Patrick Honored as 2014 Public Lawyer of the Year

Remarks of the 2014 Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Year Award Recipient Wendy Patrick
By Wendy Patrick

Community Choice Aggregation--An Alternative Way to Providing Electricity Service By Local Government
By Greg Stepanicich

University of San Diego Law School Student Wins Public Law Student Writing Competition

Leggo My Home Rule: Charter Cities and State Municipal Interference
By Catherine Ferguson

To Ban or Not to Ban: How California Cities and Counties Can Effectively Regulate Oil and Gas Fracking Activity without the Risk of a Total Ban
By Dr. Robert H. Freilich & Neil M. Popowitz

Litigation and Case Law Update

Legislative Update
By Kenneth J. Price

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Scott Dickey

Public Law Section Forges Partnerships with California Law Schools to Initiate Panel Receptions with Public Officials and Practitioners

Summer 2014

Volume 37, Number 3 - Posted in the Members Only Area

Ilona TurnerDavid HirschChris Whitman Beth Collins BurgardKevin BundyScott DickeyKenneth Price

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE 
The Next Frontier: Transgender Legal Rights
By Ilona M. Turner

Message from the Chair
By David H. Hirsch

The Public Law Section Plans Dynamic Annual Meeting Programs

Inclusionary Zoning for Affordable Housing Under Attack
By Kevin D. Siegel and Matthew D. Visick

Sold Out Public Records & Open Meetings Conference Offers Survey of Existing Laws, Compliance Issues, and Current Developments 
By Chris Whitman*

Two Views: “Reverse CEQA” 

Through the Looking Glass: Why Making “Reverse CEQA” the Law in California Would Significantly Expand CEQA’s Scope While Undermining Its Purpose and Procedures
By Beth Collins-Burgard

Willfully Ignorant: The California Building Industry Association’s Attempt to Eliminate CEQA’s Long-Standing Role in Protecting Human Health and Public Safety
By Kevin Bundy and Matt Vespa

Four Members Appointed to the Public Law Section Executive Committee

When Government Cover-ups are a Good Thing: Preventing Exposure of Your Agency’s Decisionmaking Via the Deliberative Process Privilege
By David H. King

Legislative Update
By Kenneth J. Price

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Scott Dickey 

Spring 2014

Volume 37, Number 2 - Posted in the Members Only Area 

Look for the following key features:

Scott DickeyKenneth PriceAnn M. RavelJon GoetzAlex M. DeGoodLinda KleinMike ZischkeDavid HirschJordan FergusonJake Vollebregt

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE
Federal Enforcement of the Voting Rights Act After Beaumont
By Jake Vollebregt and Jordan Ferguson

Message from the Chair
By David H. Hirsch

Public Records and Open Meetings Conference Set for May

Privileges and Waivers and Records, Oh My!
By Mike H. Zischke, Alex M. DeGood, and Linda C. Klein

Profiles in Public Law: An Interview with Ann M. Ravel
By Elizabeth G. Pianca

The Public Law Section 2014 Student Writing Competition

Obtaining Affordable Housing with Density, Not Dollars--A Guide to the California Density Bonus Law
By Jon E. Goetz

Legislative Update
By Kenneth J. Price

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Scott Dickey

Winter 2014

Volume 37, Number 1 - Posted in the Members Only Area

Scott DickeyKimon ManoliusKenneth PriceJustin AtkinsonMichael LindenJohn VlahoplusDavid HirschJulie VeitChristine Hiler

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE: Substandard Designs and Better Technology -- New Developments in Design Immunity
By Christine Hiler, Kimon Manolius and Julie Veit

Message from the Chair
By David H. Hirsch

Announcing the Public Law Section and the California Young Lawyers Association Mentoring Program

Public Lawyer of the Year Nominations Sought

Municipal Condemnation of Mortgage Loans
By John Vlahoplus

Enter the Public Law Section Student Writing Competition -- Deadline May 12

Police Liability for Tactical Conduct
Preceding the Use of Force -- The Implications of Hayes v. County of San Diego

By Michael R. Linden and Justin B. Atkinson

Legislative Update
By Kenneth J. Price

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Scott Dickey

Fall 2013

Volume 36, Number 4, Posted in the Members Only Area

Mike ZisdchkeScott DickeyPhoto of Jodi Cleesattle Daniel Kolta

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE: The Impact of Koontz on Exactions and Environmental Mitigation in California
By Michael H. Zischke and Daniel K. Kolta

Message from the Chair: Shutting Down the Government
By Jodi L. Cleesattle

Buck Delventhal Honored as 2013 Public Lawyer of the Year

2013 Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Year Award, Remarks of Award Recipient Burke “Buck” Delventhal

Recent Developments in Municipal Bankruptcy
By Franklin C. Adams

When Uniform Taxes Aren’t Uniform Enough: How An Appellate Decision Striking One School District’s Special Tax May Inhibit The Use Of Special Taxes By Many Local Agencies
By William B. Tunick

USC Law Student Wins Public Law Student Writing Competition

California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) Reform: the Doctrine of Standing as a Tool for CEQA Reform
By Jennifer Lai

Public-Private Partnerships in California
By B. Scott Douglass and Jeffrey A. Sykes

Legislative Update
By Kenneth J. Price

Litigation & Case Law Update
By K. Scott Dickey

Summer 2013

Volume 36, Number 3  - Posted in the Members Only Area

Photo of Jodi CleesattleKenneth PricweScott Dickey

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE Public-Private Partnerships in California
By B. Scott Douglass and Jeffrey A. Sykes

Message from the Chair: Don't Mess with the Public Records Act
By Jodi L. Cleesattle

State Bar of California Annual Meeting Programs

Developing Trends in Medical Marijuana Regulation
By Krysten E. Hicks and Ruthann G. Ziegler

Public Law Section Sells Out Inaugural Public Records Conference
By Jodi L. Cleesattle

Caught between a CEQA Rock asnd a General Plan Hard Place
By Sarah Owsowitz

Four Members Appointed to the Public Law Section Executive Committee

Legislation Update
By Kenneth J. Price

Litigation & Case Law Update
By K. Scott Dickey

Spring 2013

Volume 36, Number 2  - Posted in the Members Only Area

Scott DickeyKenneth PriceRandy RiddlekingPhoto of Jodi CleesattleHelT. Peter PierceErich ShinersJonathan Holtzman

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE Local Gun Regulation: History, Preemption and the Second Amendment
By T. Peter Pierce

Message from the Chair: Fighting Words
By Jodi L. Cleesattle

Last Chance: Enter the Public Law Section Student Writing Competition -- Deadline May 13

Whither Legislative Intent? The Growing Tension between Vested Employment Benefits and Government Contract Law
By Jonathan Holtzman, Randy Riddle, and Erich Shiners

The Workplace Violence Safety Act: Protecting Your Agency's Most Valuable Resource
By David King

Legislation Update
Compiled by Kenneth J. Price

Litigation & Case Law Update
Compiled by K. Scott Dickey

Winter 2013

Volume 36, Number 1  - Posted in the Members Only Area

Helen Leckman LeichterPhoto of Jodi CleesattleSeth PettaSeth MerewitzElizabeth HullEthan J. WalshT. Brent HawkinsIris P. YangKenneth PricweScott Dickey

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE
Identifying Potential Liability in Volunteer Programs *
Helene Leckman Leichter

Message from the Chair: What Is Public Law?
By Jodi L. Cleesattle

Public Law Section to Sponsor 2013 Public Records & Open Meetings Conference

State Bar Seeks Nominations for 2013 Public Lawyer of the Year

The Dismantling of Redevelopment -- A Pyrrhic Victory for the State?
Iris P. Yang, T. Brent Hawkins, Ethan J. Walsh, Elizabeth Hull and Seth Merewitz

Funding Public Transit in California After Proposition 26
By Seph Petta, J.D. 2012, U.C. Berkeley School of Law

CEB Offers 10% Off on Books& Pays You to Join a Section

Legislation Update
Compiled by Kenneth J. Price

Enter the Public Law Section Student Writing Competition -- Deadline May 13

Litigation & Case Law Update
Compiled by K. Scott Dickey

Fall 2012

Volume 35, Number 4  - Posted in the Members Only Area

Photo of Douhg HaubertPhoto of Curtis WrightPhoto of Matthew SilverPhoto of Phyllis ChengPhoto of Jodi Cleesattlephoto of Gary WinukPhoto of Monica SmithPhoto of Scott Dickey

MCLE Self-Study Article
Enforcement Actions by the California Fair Political Practices Commission
By Gary Winuk

Message from the Chair
By Jodi L. Cleesattle

Apply for a Seat on the Public Law
Section Executive Committee

State Bar Honors Phyllis Cheng as 2012 Public Lawyer of the Year -- Remarks of Phyllis Cheng

Public Entity Receiverships of Blighted andForeclosedProperties
By Matthew Silver and Curtis Wright

Free Speech Traps for Unwary Public Officials
By Roy Hanley

Hastings, Berkeley Students Win Public Law Section Student Writing Competition

A Tale of Two Cities: Day Labor Solicitation after Redondo Beach
By Monica Smith

Legislation Update
Compiled by Doug Haubert

Litigation & Case Law Update
Compiled by Scott Dickey

Spring 2012

Volume 35, Number 2 - Posted in the Members Only Area

Photo of Douhg HaubertPhoto of Justin AtkinsonSheryl BrattonPhoto of Melissa CrostwaithePhoto of Thomas JexPhoto of Alan SozioPhoto of Michael LindenPhoto of Scott Dickey

MCLE Self-Study Article
Legal Issues in Automated Photo Enforcement Cases: Two Published Decisions Place Spotlight on Red Light Camera Prosecution

By Melissa Crosthwaite, Page 1

A Message from the Chair
By Sheryl Bratton, Page 10

Public Law Section to sponsor 7 MCLE programs at State Bar Annual Meeting
Page 11

There’s Still Time to Enter the Public Law Section Student Writing Competition – Deadline May 18
Page 12

Off-Site Public Improvements as a Map Condition: Negotiating an Off-Site Acquisition Agreement and Litigating the Developer-Funded Eminent Domain Case
By Alan A. Sozio and Thomas D. Jex, Page 14

Can A Lawful Arrest Be Negligent?
By Michael R. Linden and Justin B. Atkinson, Page 19

Legislation Update
By Doug Haubert, Page 22

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Scott Dickey, Page 26

Winter 2012

Volume 35, Number 1 - Posted in the Members Only Area

Photo of Scott DickeyPhoto of Susan ColemanPhoto of Steve MansellSheryl BrattonPhoto of Douhg Haubert

MCLE Self-Study Article
Contracting with Unqualified Out-of-State Corporations: Ethical Considerations for Public Attorneys

By Stephen L. Mansell, Page 1

A Message from the Chair
By Sheryl Bratton, Page 8

Meet your Executive Committee, Page 10

Last Chance – Deadline to Apply for Public Law Section Executive Committee Extended to March 30, Page 10

Negotiating Prison Hunger Strikes? Just Say No
By Susan E. Coleman, Page 11

State Bar Seeks Nominations for Public Lawyer of the Year, Page 18

Enter the Public Law Section Student Writing Competition – Deadline May 18, Page 19

Invitation for Nominations
2012 Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Year Award,
Page 20

The Public Law Section 2012 Student Writing Competition, Page 22

Legislation Update
By Doug Haubert, Page 23

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Scott Dickey, Page 26

Fall 2011

Justine BlockSarah OwsowitSheryl BrattonGene TanakaShawn Hagerty Gregory V. MoserRichard WinnieDoug HaubertScott Dickey

Volume 34, No. 4, Fall 2011 - Posted in the Members Only Area

MCLE Self-Study Article
Walking the Tightrope Over Stormwater Management and Liability

By Shawn Hagerty & Gene Tanaka, Page 1

Apply for a Seat on the Public Law Section Executive Committee
Applications are due February 1, Page 6

A Message from the Chair
By Sheryl Bratton, Page 9

Meet your Executive Committee, Page 10

Public Law Section Appoints New Committee Chairs, Page 11

Why California Charter Schools Are Not, and Should Not Be, Subject to Government Code § 1090
By Gregory V. Moser, Page 13

Case Law on the Limits of CEQA Review for Design Review Is Good News for Cities and Counties Looking to Bring in New Development
By Sarah Owsowitz, Page19


2011 Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Year Award

State Bar Honors Richard Winnie as 2011 Public Lawyer of the Year, Page 23
Remarks of Public Law Section Immediate Past President Justine Block, Page 25
Remembering Richard Winnie: Remarks of Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty, Page 27

Legislation Update
By Doug Haubert, Page 29

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Scott Dickey, Page 32

Summer 2011

Vol. 34, No. 3, Summer 2011 - Posted in the Members Only Area

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE:
Distinctions Between State and Local Escheat: What You Should Know
By Lawrence J. Duran

Message from the Chair
By Justine Block

Public Schools, Public Funds and Public Policy: An Argument Against AB360 and in Favor of Application of Government Code Section 1090 to California Charter Schools
By Grover Trask and Brooke Miller

The Squeeze Play: Inventive Theories of Recovery by Contractors in Public Works Projects
By William C. Pate and Brent M. Douglas

Cities on the Brink
By Robert Zweben

Golden Gate Grad Wins 2011 Student Writing Competition

2011 PUBLIC LAW SECTION STUDENT WRITING COMPETITION WINNER: Bring Back Build America Bonds By Katy Ann McNeil

Public Law Section Sponsors 8 MCLE Programs at State Bar Annual Meeting

Legislation Update
Compiled by Doug Haubert

Litigation & Case Law Update
Compiled by Scott Dickey

Spring 2011

Vol. 34, No. 2, Spring 2011 -- Posted in the Members Only Area

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE:
Regulating the “Initiative Industrial Complex:” Is SB 168's proposed prohibition of per-signature payment an unconstitutional restriction on core political speech?

By Steven Miller

A Message from the Chair
By Justine Block

Public Law Section to Sponsor Variety of MCLE Programs at State Bar Annual Meeting

Government Code 1090 -- When No Really Means No
By Roy Hanley

The Evolving Understanding of the Scope of California Local Government Powers to Regulate Medical Marijuana Businesses
By Robert Mahlowitz

Legal Issues in Cambodia: Obstacles to Government Transparency and Democratic Participation
By Inga Lintvedt

Legislation Update
By Doug Haubert

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Scott Dickey

Winter 2011, Vol. 34, No. 2

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE:
Fixing the Pension Problem: The Latest Public Scrutiny of Public Sector Wage and Benefit Packages

By Arthur A. Hartinger and Matthew C. Lewis

A Message From the Chair
By Justine Block

Join the Public Law Section Executive Committee

Meet Your Executive Committee

State Bar Seeks Nominations for Public Lawyer of the Year

Declarations of Fiscal Emergency: a Resurging Option for Public Entities Attempting to deal with the Current Economic Climate
By Jonathan V. Holtzman, K. Scott Dickey and Steve Cikes

The impacts of Proposition 26 on Local Governments
By Kelly Salt

Funding Public Improvements with Outstanding Subdivision Bonds
By Jacob Gould

The Public Law Section Student Writing Competition

Legislation Update
By Doug Haubert

Litigation & case Law Update
By Scott Dickey

Fall 2010, Vol. 33, No. 4

Campaign Spending and Judicial Elections: The Impact of Citizens United
By Erwin Chemerinsky

A Message from the Chair
By Justine Block

Meet Your Executive Committee

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE
How Citizens United Affects State and Local Government Local governments can still establish candidate contribution limits and impose robust reporting requirements

By Christina Cameron, Bob Mahlowitz, and Barry Schultz

Public Construction Project Lawsuits Get More Complicated Under New LA Unified Test
By Daniel B. Alweiss

Revisions to Rules of Professional Conduct Await State Supreme Court Approval
By Yvette M. Abich Garcia

2010 Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Year Award

Legislation Update
Compiled by Doug Haubert

Litigation & Case Law Update
Compiled by Scott Dickey

Summer 2010: Vol. 33, No. 3 

MCLE SELF-STUDY ARTICLE
Supreme Court’s Second Amendment Decision In McDonald v. Chicago Likely To Spawn Challenges to Local Firearms Laws
By Sayre Weaver

A Message from the Chair
By Stephen P. Deitsch

Public Law Section to Honor Michael Colantuono as Public Lawyer of the Year

Amended CEQA Guidelines Clear the Air: Analysis and Mitigation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
By Yana Welinder

Practicing Democracy in California Lessons Learned About Incorporating New Cities
By Julie Hayward Biggs

New FPPC Regulations Overview
By Allan Shuldiner

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Scott Dickey

Legislation Update & Ballot Measures Update
By Doug Haubert

Spring 2010, Vol. 33, No. 2 

Student Writing Competition Winner Announced!

MCLE SELF-STUDY
Historic Water Legislation: New Opportunities, Challenges for Public Agencies

By Kelly J. Salt and Stefanie Hedlund

A Message from the Chair
By Stephen P. Deitsch

Bargaining During Lean Economic Times: The Duty to Meet and Confer
By Mark Meyerhoff and Camille Townsend

Meet Your Executive Committee

Deadline Approaches for Public Comment on Proposed Revisions to Rules of Professional Conduct
By Yvette M. Abich Garcia

Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, and the Right to Fair Housing:
How The Fair Housing Act Applies To Sober Living Homes

By Matthew M. Gorman, Anthony Marinaccio, and Christopher Cardinale

Giving ‘Til It Hurts: Public Entities and the California
Constitution’s Gift Clause

By Carrie Wipplinger

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Scott Dickey

Legislation Update
By Doug Haubert

Winter 2010, Vol. 33, No. 1

A Message from the Chair
By Stephen P. Deitsch

MCLE Self-Assessment Test

Meet Your Executive Committee

The Public Law Section Student Writing Competition

Invitation for Nominations, Public Lawyer of the Year Award & Nomination Form

AB 811: The Promise and Challenge of Public Agency Financing for Private Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Improvements
By Trisha Ortiz

Understanding a Utility’s Rights and Responsibilities In
Bankruptcy

By Franklin C. Adams, Esq.&Joseph M. Welch, Esq.

California Water Crisis: Meeting the Challenge
Kelly J. Salt, Stefanie D. Hedlund & Joshua Nelson

Litigation & Case Law Update

Legislation Update

Fall 2009, Vol. 32, No. 4 

MCLE Self-study : Eraf, Seraf, Enuf!
By Robin Paige Donoghue

A Message from the Chair
By Stephen P. Deitsch*

Public Law Section 2009 Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Year Award and Reception

Conversion of Mobile Home Parks to Resident Ownership: Local Authority After Sequoia Park
By Laura Latta and Matthew Visick

Employee Directories and the Public Records Act - Is An Agency Required to Disclose?
By Nancy Clark*

Social Networking Sites: Legal Issues for Public Agencies and Public Officials to Consider
By Dean Derleth, Laura K. Meier & Roxanne Moin

Section Focus

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Inga Lintvedt & Richard C. Miadich

Summer 2009: Vol. 32, No. 3

MCLE SELF-STUDY: Municipal Disincorporation
in California

By John H. Knox & Chris Hutchison

A Message from the Chair
By Leslie M. Gallagher

Conditioning Conversions: Mobile Home Parks, the Map Act, and El Dorado v. the City of Palm Springs
By Leah Castella and Laura Kennedy

Municipal Bankruptcy Hot Issues
By Frank C. Adams, Dennis Bezanson, & Michael Thomas

A Practical Guide to Radio Frequency Emissions Safety
By Jonathan L. Kramer, Esq.

Cost Effectiveness of Paralegals Crucial in Delivery of Services to the Underrepresented and Through Legal Aid Enterprises
By Thomas F. Horlick

Section Focus

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Inga Lintvedt & Richard C. Miadich

Spring 2009, Vol. 32, No. 2 

MCLE SELF-STUDY: Inside this Issue Ballot Measures and the Use of Public Funds
By Douglas P. Haubert, Esq

A Message from the Chair
By Leslie M. Gallagher

Legal and Policy Justifications for Transitioning Foster Youth
Services as an Entitlement in California: Section 391 Hearings and Continuing Court Jurisdiction

By Rebecca Raizman

Bolting the Doors Can Be Costly: “Effective Denial of Access” Theory Affords CPRA Plaintiffs Attorney Fees
By Gena M. Stinnett

The California Voting Rights Act
By Marguerite Leoni & Chris Skinnell

Public Law Section Executive Committee Profile
By Jonathan L. Kramer
Elizabeth Nguyen

Section Focus: Litigation & Case Law Update
By Inga Lintvedt & Richard C. Miadich

Legislation Update
By Inga Lintvedt

Winter 2009, Vol. 32, No. 1  

MCLE SELF-STUDY: Navigating the Revolving Door and
Conflict of Interest Laws for a California Local Public Official

By Amy D. Deng

A Message from the Chair
By Leslie M. Gallagher

Law and Order Policies Fade Students’ Fourth Amendment Protections
By Steven E. Lake

Meet Your Executive Committee

Recent Eminent Domain Changes Present Potential Pitfalls for Public Agencies
By Keith E. McCullough

Litigation & Case Law Update
Compiled by Elias E. Guzman and Richard C. Miadich

State Bar Seeks Nominations for Public Lawyer of the Year
By Elias E. Guzman

Fall 2009, Vol. 31, No. 4

MCLE SELF-STUDY: In CEQA Litigation, When is an Agency Required to Include Internal Agency Emails in
the Record of Proceedings?
By Katherine J. Hart and Leslie Z. Walker

The Public Law Section Student Writing Competition

A Message from the Chair
By Leslie M. Gallagher

A Message from the Immediate Past Chair
By Mark L. Mosley

Jeff Thom Honored as 2008 Public Lawyer of the Year
Remarks by Chief Justice Ronald M. George
Remarks by Jeff Thom

Constitutional Conservation? Water Pricing Disincentives and Proposition 218
By Joel Kuperberg

Business Improvement Districts and Proposition 218
After Silicon Valley Taxpayers Association v. Santa Clara County Open Space Authority

By Rebecca J. Olson & Lacey Keys

State Bar Launches E-Circles
By Leslie M. Gallagher

Would You Like To Be A Driver?
By Jonathan L. Kramer

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Elias E. Guzman and Richard C. Miadich

Legislation Update
By Elias E. Guzman and Richard C. Miadich

Spring 2008, Vol. 31, No. 3  

MCLE SELF-STUDY: The Deliberative Process Privilege and the Public Records Act: Balancing Open Government with Effective Government Decision Making
By Nancy B. Thorington

A Message from the Chair
By Mark L. Mosley

Demystifying Writ Practice
By Hon. Kathleen M. Banke

The Public Law Section Student Writing Competition

Warming Up to Global Climate Change
By Leslie Z. Walker

Don’t Give Up So Fast: Appealing Annual School District Audit Findings to the Education Audit Appeals Panel
By William B. Tunick

Litigation & Case Law Update
By Elias E. Guzman and Richard C. Miadich

Legislation Update
By Elias E. Guzman and Richard C. Miadich

Spring 2008, Vol. 31 No. 2

MCLE SELF-STUDY: Regulating Election Signs
By Randal R. Morrison

Proposition 98: A New “Eminent Domain” Initiative and What it Really Means to Public Agencies
By Kendall MacVey

Design-Build Contracts for School Construction: School Boards Get a Choice
By Airionna S. Whitaker and Paula C. P. de Sousa

Firefighters Bill of Rights Act: It’s Going To Be All Right
By Paul R. Coble

Public Lawyer of the Year: Sponsorship Opportunities Available
By Darlene Dornan

A Message from the Chair
By Mark L. Mosley

Legislation Update
Compiled by Elias E. Guzman and Richard C. Miadich

Litigation & Case Law Update
Compiled by Elias E. Guzman and Richard C. Miadich

Winter 2008, Vol. 31 No. 1

The Public Law Section Extends Student Writing
Competition Deadline

Message from the Chair
by Betty Ann Downing, Esq.

The USA Patriot Act: When Surveillance Means Never Having to Say Probable Cause or Reasonable Suspicion
by Gary Williams

Dan Curtin, the Rule of Law and Municipal Attorneys
by Justice María P. Rivera

The Public Law Section Establishes an Amicus Curiae Policy
by Mark L. Mosley

The Work of the State Bar’s Rules Revision Commission:
A Progress Report

by Kevin Mohr

Litigation & Case Law Update
by Richard C. Miadich

Legislation Update
by Richard C. Miadich

Fall 2007, Vol. 30, No. 3

The Public Law Section Extends Student Writing
Competition Deadline

Message from the Chair
by Betty Ann Downing, Esq.

The USA Patriot Act: When Surveillance Means Never Having to Say Probable Cause or Reasonable Suspicion
by Gary Williams

Dan Curtin, the Rule of Law and Municipal Attorneys
by Justice María P. Rivera

The Public Law Section Establishes an Amicus Curiae Policy
by Mark L. Mosley

The Work of the State Bar’s Rules Revision Commission:
A Progress Report

by Kevin Mohr

Litigation & Case Law Update
by Richard C. Miadich

Legislation Update
by Richard C. Miadich

Summer 2007, Vol. 30, No. 2

The Public Law Section Extends Student Writing
Competition Deadline

Message from the Chair
by Betty Ann Downing, Esq.

The USA Patriot Act: When Surveillance Means Never Having to Say Probable Cause or Reasonable Suspicion
by Gary Williams

Dan Curtin, the Rule of Law and Municipal Attorneys
by Justice María P. Rivera

The Public Law Section Establishes an Amicus Curiae Policy
by Mark L. Mosley

The Work of the State Bar’s Rules Revision Commission:
A Progress Report

by Kevin Mohr

Litigation & Case Law Update
by Richard C. Miadich

Legislation Update
by Richard C. Miadich

Spring 2007, Vol. 30, No. 1

When to Run, Walk or Crawl to the Courthouse: An Overview of the California Supreme Court’s Recent Jurisprudence Concerning the Proper Timing oof Legal Challenges to Initiative Measures
by Richard C. Miadich & William B. Tunick

2007 Public Lawyer of the Year: Ann Miller Ravel

First Annual Law Student Writing Competiiton

Litigation & Case Law Update
by Richard C. Miadich

Message from the Chair
by Betty Ann Downing

The High Stakes Battle Between Indian Tribes’ Sovereign Immunity and California’s Enforcement of the Political Reform Act
by Anna F. Molander

The Right to Remain Aware: A Law Enforcement Public Information Performance Audit
by Terry Francke

Round and Round We Go...?
by Kara Ueda

Fall/Winter 2006, Vol. 29., No. 3

The Legal Quandary of Serving Two Masters--California’s Prohibition Against Financially Interested Contracts
by Rahsaan J. Tilford

Contributions and Conflicts of Interests: Application of Section 84308 May Depend on Contract Process
by Natalie Bocanegra

Clara Slifkin Honored as 2006 Public Lawyer of the Year

Re Public Law of the Year 2006: Remarks of Chief Justice Ronald M. George

Message From the Chair
by Betty Ann Downing

Message From the Immediate Past Chair
by Terence R. Boga

Spring/Summer 2006, Vol. 29, No. 2 

"Significant Mineral Resources" -- What Are They and How Do They Affect Local Land Use Regulations?
By Derek Cole

Is the Federal Clean Air Act Being Polluted by the EPA's New Ozone Regulations?
by Frances L. Keeler

AB 1234: The Rise of he Unfunded Mandate
by Sigrid Asmundson

2006 Legislative Update
by Amy J. Levine

Message From the Chair
by Terence R. Boga

Winter 2006, Vol. 29, No. 1

MCLE SELF-STUDY
How To Administer Family and Medical Leave Requests
by Calvin House

Lawyering in the Fish Bowl
by Herman Sillas

A Kinder, Gentler Way: Alternatives for Resolving Open Government Law Conflicts
by Barbara S. Blinderman

A Message from the Chair
By Terence R. Boga

Summer/Fall 2005, Vol. 28, No. 3

MCLE SELF-STUDY
The Former Client Rule and Lateral Mobility of Lawyers--Should an Entire Public Law Office be Disqualified?

by Ann Miller Ravel and Hilary Waites Stevenson

End Game for Restrictions on Assemblage Takings?
by Larry Thelen

Who’ll Stop the Rain?
by Katharine E. Wagner

How to Successfully Navigate Between Inverse Condemnation and Water Law
by Mark L. Mosley

A Message from the Outgoing Chair
by William R. Seligmann, Esq.

A Message from the Chair
By Terence R. Boga

Spring 2005, Vol. 28, No. 2

MCLE SELF-STUDY
Working with Land Trusts on Conservation Easement Transactions
By Michele M. Clark

AB 1825: New Law Requires Training on the Prohibition and Prevention of Sexual Harassment
By David A. Garcia

Land Use Regulation Under the ADA and Related Laws
By Arthur J. Lettenmaier

Teaming Up with Paralegals to Deliver Legal Services to the Municipal Client
By Stacey Hunt, C.L.A., C.A.S. and Michael R. Jencks, Esq.

A Message from the Chair
By William R. Seligmann, Esq.

Winter 2005, Vol. 28, No. 1

Idling Ordinances as an Air Quality Improvement Tool for
Local Governments

by Stephanie A. Chavez

2005 Legislative Update
by Larry A. Thelen, Esq.

Recent Actions Against Municipal Issuers Clarify Responsibilities
by Robert W. Doty

Roderick E. Walston Honored as 2004 Public Lawyer of the Year

A Message from the Chair
by William R. Seligmann, Esq.

Summer 2004, Vol. 27, No. 3

MCLE SELF-STUDY
Trademarks and the City (or Other Public Entity)
By Susan Pollyea, Esq.

Living Wage Ordinances: Alive and Kicking
By Daniel S. Connolly, Esq.

Qualified Immunity in the Ninth Circuit: An Affirmative
Defense in Search of a Coherent Standard

By Mark L. Mosley, Esq.

A Pitchess Motion Primer
By Patrick K. Bobko, Esq.

A Message from the Chair
By Fazle Rab Quadri, Esq. Page 19

Spring 2004, Vol. 27, No. 2

MCLE SELF-STUDY
A Severe Yet Treatable Illness: The Crisis Facing Mental Health Regulation at the County Level

By Ginetta L. Giovinco, Esq.

Paper Terrorism: The Impact of the “Sovereign Citizen” on Local Government
By David Fleishman, Esq.

Holding the Fort: Open Government Laws in the Homeland Security Era
By Rufus Calhoun Young, Jr., Esq.

A Message from the Chair
By Fazle Rab Quadri, Esq.

Winter 2004, Vol. 27, No. 1

MCLE SELF-STUDY
Avoiding the Sign Code Shakedown: A Checklist of Basic Provisions

By Donald M. Davis, Esq.

Bills To Watch in 2004
By Brenda Aguilar-Guerrero and Mark Sellers

The Brown Act and the Role of the Elected Official, the City Attorney, and the District Attorney
By Julia Sylva, Esq.

The Legislature SLAPPs Back: S.B. 515
By T. Peter Pierce, Esq.

A Message from the Chair
By Fazle Rab Quadri, Esq.

Fall 2003, Vol. 26, No. 4

USA PATRIOT Act Symposium

Symposium Introduction: The Terror of the Law
By Terence R. Boga, Esq.

The Erosion of Library Patron Privacy in the Age of Terrorism
By Kevin G. Ennis, Esq. and Gregory W. Stepanicich, Esq.

The USA PATRIOT Act: The Necessity of Practical Law Enforcement Applications
By Anthony R. Gordon, Esq.

Targeting Judges, Not Terrorists
By Timothy H. Edgar, Esq.

The USA PATRIOT Act: One View from the Muslim Community
By Fazle Rab Quadri, Esq.

2003 Public Law Lawyer of the Year
Ariel Pierre Calonne

A Message from the Immediate Past Chair
By Stephen L. Millich, Esq.

A Message from the Chair
By Fazle Rab Quadri, Esq.

Summer 2003, Vol. 26, No. 3

MCLE SELF-STUDY
Litigating the Ten Commandments

By David Weinstein, Esq.

The Struggle for Local Control: An Update from the Coastal Frontline
By Christi Hogin, Esq.

Miranda: Observations on the Rule Forty Years Later
By D. Craig Fox, Esq.

Adjusting Municipal Debts: Chapter 9
By David S. Kupetz, Esq.

A Message from the Chair
By Stephen Millich, Esq.

Spring 2003, Vol. 26, No. 2

MCLE SELF-STUDY
Physical Disability in Employment Accorded Greater Protection Under the FEHA than the ADA

By Phyllis W. Cheng, Esq.

Adjusting Local Regulations to Address Prostitution Activity at Chiropractic Offices
by Stephen M. Fischer, Esq.

The Glue for Houses of Cards: The Role of Cities in Mobilehome Park Regulation
By Alexander Abbe, Esq.

A Message from the Chair
By Stephen Millich, Esq.

Winter 2003, Vol. 26, No. 1

MCLE SELF-STUDY
Can Local Governments Be Subjected to Treble Damages for Misuse of Federal Funds?

By Mark R. Troy

The Limits of Procedural Due Process in Legislation
By Peter E. von Haam

California Supreme Court Gives Eminent Domain a Vote of Confidence
By Thomas A. Douvan, Kevin D. Siegel and Benjamin L. Stock

Ten Bills To Watch in 2003
By Brenda Aguilar-Guerrero and Mark Sellers

New Voting Rights Law May Change the Face of Some Local Government Agencies
By Craig Steele

A Message from the Chair
By Stephen Millich

Summer/Fall 2002, Vol. 25, No. 3

MCLE SELF-STUDY: Summary -- California Public Records Act, Government Code Section 6250 Et Seq., Revised October 25, 2002
Prepared by a coalition of public and media law attorneys, includingTed Prim, Esq., Neil Gould, Esq., Tom Newton, Esq., and Charity Kenyon, Esq.

False Claim Litigation
By David B. Casselman, John R. Herrig & David Polinsky

Herschel Elkins Awarded Public Lawyer of the Year
Remarks by Chief Justice Ronald George

Targeting California ’s Minority Communities: State Laws Draw A Line For Businesses Between Strategy And Discrimination
By Araceli Campos

Summary of New Laws
By Fazle-Rab Quadri, Brenda Aguilar-Guerrero & Mark Sellers

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
By Jeremy March

Message from the Chair
By Stephen Millich

Message from the Former Chair
By Joyce M.Hicks

Spring 2002, Vol. 25, No. 2

MCLE SELF-STUDY: California Community Redevelopment Law & Affordable Housing
By Catherine A. Rodman, Esq.

The Use of the Health and Safety Code Receivership Remedy for Substandard Residential Buildings Promises and Pitfalls
By Robert C. Pearman, Jr., Esq.

2001 Legislative Report
By Fazle-Rab Quadri, Esq.and Brenda Aguilar-Guerrero, Esq.

A Message From The Chair
By Joyce M. Hicks, Esq. Page 15

Winter 2002, Vol. 25, No. 1

MCLE SELF-STUDY: Immigration Consultant Fraud The Role of the Prosecutor, Legal Service Providers and the Bar
By Gloria L. Castro, Esq.

The Sky’s The Limit? Airport Security and Racial, Ethnic and Religious Profiling
By Shan K. Thever, Esq., and Jeremy G. March, Esq.

California Authorities: Research Tips For The Public Lawyer
By Kathryn A. Lee, M.L.S.

2001 Legislative Report
By Fazle-Rab Quadri, Esq.

A Message From The Chair
By Joyce M. Hicks, Esq.

Summer 2001, Vol. 24, No. 3

MCLE SELF-STUDY: A Word From Our Sponsors
Profiting From Private Advertisements On Public Property

By Terence R. Boga, Esq.

Disability Discrimination Under FEHA: The Impact Of The Prudence Kay Poppink Act (Former A.B. 2222)
By Jo Anne Frankfurt, Esq.and Sonya Smallets

Summer 2001 Legislative Report
By Debra A. Greenfield, Esq. and Joyce M. Hicks, Esq.

Native-American Mascots In Public Schools & Colleges: Are They Worth Keeping?
By Phyllis W. Cheng, Esq.

A Message From The Chair
By: Henry D. Nanjo, Esq.

Spring 2001, Vol. 24, No. 2

Hi-Voltage Wire-Works, Inc.v. City of San Jose
by Marjorie E. Cox, Esq.

California Public Records Act and the Freedom of Information Act
by Janel R. Ablon, Esq.

The Eleventh Amendment and State Sovereign Immunity From Suit Under Federal Law
by Martin H. Dodd, Esq.

Public Library Internet Filters: An Attack On Access To Freedom of Information
by Phyllis W. Cheng, Esq.

A Message From The Chair
by Henry D. Nanjo, Esq.

Winter 2001, Vol. 24, No. 1

MCLE SELF-STUDY
The “Denominator Problem”: Defining the Property Against Which a Regulatory Taking Must be Measured

By Anthony Saul Alperin

E-Government And the Use of Electronic Signatures
By Jeffrey H. Goldfien

Ten Significant Land Use Decisions of 2000
By John Eastman

Governor Finishes His Signatures and Vetoes on Bills Reported on by the Executive Committee

Public Lawyer of the Year Presentation


Message From the Chair
By Henry D. Nanjo

Fall 2000, Vol. 23, No. 4

MCLE ETHICS SELF-STUDY
Joint Defense of Suits Brought Against Public Entities and Their Employers: Are Conflicts of Interest Manufactured or Real?

By Manuela Albuquerque, Esq.

Proposition 37: The Latest Salvo in the Ballot War Against Fiscal Discretion for Local Governments
By Michael G. Colantuono
An analysis of this year’s electoral follow-up to Proposition 218.

Has the Future of Mandates Arrived? County of Sonoma v. California Department of Finance
By Mark Cornelius
A pending challenge to the shift of funds from local entities to schools may have a far-reaching impact on how we look at state mandates.

Message From the Chair
By Henry D. Nanjo

Local Governments
By Michael G. Colantuono
An analysis of this year’s electoral follow-up to Proposition 218.

Summer 2000, Vol. 23, No. 3

MCLE SELF-STUDY
The Brave New World of Adult Entertainment Regulation

By Jeffrey Goldfarb, Esq.

Confiscation of Weapons by Law Enforcement Agencies
By Kate Hart
Unraveling the complex rules applicable to confiscation of weapons from unstable persons and perpetrators of domestic violence.

Takings Law: When Does a Regulation Leave An Owner With No Economically Viable Use?
By Harriet Steiner, Jan Patrick Sherry and Eric Robinson
An update on the ever-changing law of takings.

Message From the Chair
By Paul Kramer

Spring 2000, Vol. 23, No.2

Exclusive Marketing Rights Contracts -- A New Generation of Governmental Contract
By Jonathan B. Stone

Local and State Regulation of Firearms Dealers
By Steven B. Quintanilla and Anna Gamboa
An examination of local government’s recent responses to gun violence.

Public Safety Employee Benefits: Understanding Section 4850 Basics
By Pamela Owens
Understanding and avoiding the pitfalls of special disability benefits owed to public safety employees.

Message From the Chair
By Paul A. Kramer

Winter 2000, Vol. 23, No. 1

Message From The Chair
By Paul A. Kramer

1999: YEAR IN REVIEW

MCLE Self-Study:
The Ten Most Significant Land Use Cases of 1999

By John Eastman
A brief look at what the courts did for, and to, public entities in the land use arena last year.

1999 Public Law Legislative Report
By Debra A. Greenfield
New legislation of interest to public law practitioners.

1999 Public Lawyer of the Year
The Public Law Section is pleased to honor JoAnne Speers of the League of California Cities as Public Lawyer of the Year.

The Essential Role of Foreclosure in the Maintenance of Special Assessment Districts Or "How to Avoid the Lure of the Ostrich Fund”
by Benjamin P. Fay
A word of caution for those public entities administering assessment districts.

Fall 1999, Vol. 22, No. 4

Message from the Chair
By Paul Kramer

MCLE SELF STUDY: Twenty Ways to Improve Your Administrative Record and Increase Your Chances for Success in CEQA Litigation
By M. Katherine Jenson
A practical guide for those seeking CEQA's Holy Grail: "bullet-proof" environmental documents.

Contingent Worker Litigation: Is Your Organization at Risk?
By Daphne M. Humphreys and Gregory M. Bergman
Who are your employees? Recent court decisions may change the way we look at this issue.


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