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Volume 16, Issue 2

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VOLUME 16 - ISSUE NUMBER 2 (PDF)

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Tom McGettrick 79 Whipping a Game on Felons: The ATF "Stash House" Cases
     
     
     
     
Christina McMahon 83 Illinois Abolishes the Death Penalty
     
     
     
     
Saren Stiegel 89 Racial Profiling and Wisconsin's Mandatory Data Collection. . . Who's the Victim?
     
     
     
     
Ryan Carlsen 94 FEATURE
The Price is Wrong: The City of Chicago's Dilemma in Funding Jon Burge's Defense
     
     
     
     
Andrea Callow 103 Addressing the Causes Behind the Chicago Sex Trade
     
     
     
     
Sonia Piacenza 109 Illinois Nursing Home Reform: Sorting Out the Deadly Mix
     
     
     
     
Brendan Brassil 114 FEATURE
Back on the Books: The Illinois Silent Reflection and Student Prayer Act
     
     
     
     
Tess Feldman 123 It Isn't Easy Being Green: Necessary Environmental Policy in Chicago
     
     
     
     
Kathryn Kokoczka 128 The CPS Evaluation Backlog: A Roadblock to Education Success
     
     
     
     
Allison Lockhart 132 Online Harassment: Can Cyberbullying Laws Keep Up with Technology?
     
     
     
     
Justin McDevitt 138 FEATURE
The First to Go: If the Budget Sinks the Ship of State, Will Immigrants Get the Heave-Ho?
     
     
     
     
Ilyas Lakada 146 The Foreclosure Crisis in Chicago
     
     
     
     
Tessa Jania 153 Illinois Judge Approves Agreement Giving Choice in Treatment for Mental Illness
     
     
     
     
Lee Shevell 157 FEATURE
Victims of Community Violence in Chicago: The Impact on Professional Responders
     
     
     
     
Sheena Payne 164

CHICAGO PUBLIC HOUSING SPECIAL
Integration Proves Elusive, Challenging Under CHA's Plan for Transformation

     
     
     
     
Aileen Che 170 CHICAGO PUBLIC HOUSING SPECIAL
Are You There, Mayor Emanuel? It's Me, Chicago Public Housing
     
     
     
     
Emily Magnusen 176 CHICAGO PUBLIC HOUSING SPECIAL
The Fight to Stay at Cabrini-Green
     
     
     
     
Kim Borowicz &
Hilary Coustan
183 CHICAGO PUBLIC HOUSING SPECIAL
It's More Than Ramps: Housing Accessibility for People with Disabilities

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