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News@Law, 05/09/2017

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The Wall Street Journal
Former Cuomo Aide Considers Race Against Upstate N.Y. Rep. John Faso
A growing group of political newcomers are lining up early to challenge Republican U.S. Rep. John Faso for a coveted congressional district in the Hudson Valley and Catskills. Gareth Rhodes [`18], a former aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, on Monday became the latest to explore a Democratic bid for the 19th district. Announcing his interest in running, Mr. Rhodes, a Harvard Law School student who held several communications positions in the governor’s office and was close to Mr. Cuomo, wrote an online essay describing his upbringing in the district and becoming the first in his family to graduate from college. “We need a new generation of leaders to step up and fight for the communities that raised them,” Mr. Rhodes wrote.
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Bloomberg
Trump’s Smart Outsourcing of Judicial Picks
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. Plenty of Donald Trump’s decisions have been outside the conservative mainstream. But when it comes to judicial nominees, the Republican president seems to be calling them right out of the Federalist Society playbook. First came his U.S. Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, whose selection was predictable based on his elite legal conservative credentials. Now the individuals in his first wave of appellate nominees seem to be cut from the same cloth.
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Mediate
What’s Happening in the Field of Urban Planning?
An article by Lawrence Susskind...The average planner in America earns about $80,000 a year, but most are less concerned with the salaries they make than they are with playing an active role in helping communities solve key problems like the provision of affordable housing, enhancement of meaningful job opportunities, protection of important natural resources, managing the risks associated with climate change, improving basic urban and regional infrastructure (including better transit and mobility), and providing greater opportunities for citizens to participate in helping their communities make decisions that affect them. The full list of problems is much longer, especially in the developing world.
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