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Food stamps: A case study on the need for competitive federalism

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As the Republican Party struggles to redefine itself after two consecutive presidential election defeats, a group of scholars is pressing the conservative movement to rethink how it thinks about federalism. The usual refrain among Republicans is that Congress should always be looking to “return power to the states.” But as George Mason University law professor Michael Greve explains in his...

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