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1. FEDERAL COURTS — JURISDICTION STRIPPING — FOURTH CIRCUIT HOLDS CONGRESS STRIPPED JURISDICTION TO HEAR PIPELINE CHALLENGE. — Appalachian Voices v. United States Department of the Interior, 78 F.4th 71 (4th Cir. 2023).

2. Congressional Approval and Responsible Party Government: The Role of Partisanship and Ideology in Citizen Assessments of the Contemporary U.S. Congress.

3. Sino-U.S. Decoupling: The Roles of U.S. Congress.

4. Abstentions and Social Networks in Congress.

5. Does the U.S. Congress Respond to Public Opinion on Trade?

6. IN CITIZENSHIP WE TRUST? THE CITIZENSHIP QUESTION NEED NOT IMPEDE PUERTO RICAN DECOLONIZATION.

7. What factors influence pain scores following Corticosteroid injection in patients with Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome? A systematic review.

8. EXECUTIVE SECRECY: CONGRESS, THE PEOPLE, AND THE COURTS.

9. Pan-Americanism in dispute. U.S. leaders, Bolívar, and San Martín in the centenaries of the Monroe Doctrine and the Amphictyonic Congress of Panama (1923-1926).

10. THE NATIONAL SECURITY CONSEQUENCES OF THE MAJOR QUESTIONS DOCTRINE.

11. THE FALSE PROMISE OF JURISDICTION STRIPPING.

12. BLOCKCHAIN SAFE HARBOR? APPLYING THE LESSONS LEARNED FROM EARLY INTERNET REGULATION.

13. The Nationalization of Individual Campaign Contributions in U.S. Senate Elections, 1984-2020.

14. RISING ABOVE LIABILITY: THE DIGITAL SERVICES ACT AS A BLUEPRINT FOR THE SECOND GENERATION OF GLOBAL INTERNET RULES.

15. Dueling incumbent primaries in U.S. House elections.

17. Hawks versus Doves: Who Leads American Foreign Policy in the US Congress?

18. Different policies, different voices: gender and legislative coordination in the United States Congress.

19. What Shapes Taiwan-related Legislation in U.S. Congress?

20. A CALL FOR COMPROMISE: EXAMINING POLARIZATION AND THE POTENTIAL USE OF ADR SOLUTIONS IN CONGRESS POST-TRUMP ADMINISTRATION.

21. Elections and Policy Responsiveness: Evidence from Environmental Voting in the U.S. Congress.

22. Conducting Interview Projects in the US Congress: Analyzing the Methods of Experts in the Field.

23. Party polarisation in the American Congress and the duration of legislated economic sanctions, 1945–2005.

24. SANCTIONS FOR THE RETURN OF STATE FINANCES BY CORPORATIONS IN THE SYSTEM OF CORRUPTION JUSTICE SYSTEM.

25. Medium and long-term prognosis in hospitalised older adults with multimorbidity. A prospective cohort study.

26. THE EXECUTIVE POWER OF REMOVAL.

27. Gender and attention to and framing of COVID‐19 in congressional tweets.

28. Bill Text and Agenda Control in the US Congress.

29. House Members on the News: Local Television News Coverage of Incumbents.

30. The Original Meaning of Enumerated Powers.

31. The Speaker Election in the 118th Congress: A Procedural Review.

32. Determinants of Confidence in U.S. Institutions: Comparing Congress and Corporations.

33. Social scientists' testimony before Congress in the United States between 1946-2016, trends from a new dataset.

34. "Labor Freezing": Spanish-Basque Immigrants, Mexican Labor, and the Sheepherder Shortage in the American West during the Second World War.

35. Does Information Bias Teachers' Perceptions of Intervention Effectiveness?

36. THE NEW PIRATE TV: Examining the Remediation and Online Narrowcasting of Justin.tv in a New Media Environment.

37. THE POWER TO DEFINE CAN BE THE POWER TO DESTROY: A PROPOSAL TO PREVENT THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH FROM DEFINING AWAY CONGRESSIONAL WAR POWERS.

38. CIA Director James R. Schlesinger and the End of Intelligence Exceptionalism.

39. To Promote Innovation, Congress Should Abolish The Supreme Court Created Exceptions to 35 U.S. Code §101.

40. The HUAC Investigation and its Effect on MMS: A Documentary History: Part II.

41. Amending Ethics Committee Sanction Recommendations in the House of Representatives.

42. Who Sees UFOs? The Relationship Between Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Sightings and Personality Factors.

43. IN THE MIDST OF BANKRUPTCY: HOW CRYPTOCURRENCY'S CLASSIFICATION AFFECTS CREDITORS WHO WERE ONCE CUSTOMERS.

44. Senator Dennis Deconcini and the Battle for Bosnia on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

45. Representation and reward: the left-wing anti-globalization alliance, contributions, and the congress.

46. THE ORIGINAL FEDERALIST THEORY OF IMPLIED POWERS.

47. The House Freedom Caucus, Kevin McCarthy's Race for Speaker, and the Fate of Rules Reform in the 118th Congress.

48. FUNCTIONAL AND FORMAL BYRD RULE COMPLIANCE.

49. An assessment of the US Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program: A study of project failure.

50. After Dobbs: The Partisan and Gender Dynamics of Legislating on Abortion in Congress.

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