The author examines how politically motivated appointments to the federal judiciary have contributed to the evolution of federalism. The author argues that this politicization challenges the validity and effectiveness of environmental laws and discusses how whistleblower provisions are particularly vulnerable to attack.
Recommended CitationBradley C. Bobertz, Blowing the Whistle on Postmodern Federalism, 21 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 83 (2004)
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