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Return of the Poll Tax


Max Stul Oppenheimer


University of Baltimore - School of Law

August 16, 2009

Catholic University Law Review, Forthcoming

Abstract:     
Government entities at all levels have embraced the Internet as a vehicle for government-citizen interaction. The federal government, state governments, and many local governments use the Internet to provide information and conduct government business. While this trend has provided unprecedented access for many Americans, it has also distanced the government from those without an Internet connection. 'Right to govern' cases, including most recently Crawford, set limits on how the government may use the Internet.

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Keywords: internet

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Date posted: August 18, 2009  

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Oppenheimer, Max Stul, Return of the Poll Tax (August 16, 2009). Catholic University Law Review, Forthcoming. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1455825

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Max Stul Oppenheimer (Contact Author)
University of Baltimore - School of Law ( email )
1420 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
United States
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