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Home Rule Be Damned: Exploring Policy Conflicts between the Statehouse and City Hall

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 November 2017

William D. Hicks
Affiliation:
Appalachian State University
Carol Weissert
Affiliation:
Florida State University
Jeffrey Swanson
Affiliation:
Florida State University
Jessica Bulman-Pozen
Affiliation:
Columbia Law School
Vladimir Kogan
Affiliation:
Ohio State University
Lori Riverstone-Newell
Affiliation:
Illinois State University
Jaclyn Bunch
Affiliation:
University of South Alabama
Katherine Levine Einstein
Affiliation:
Boston University
David Glick
Affiliation:
Boston University
Dorothy M. Daley
Affiliation:
University of Kansas
Jonathan M. Fisk
Affiliation:
Auburn University
Jami K. Taylor
Affiliation:
University of Toledo
Donald P. Haider-Markel
Affiliation:
University of Kansas
Daniel C. Lewis
Affiliation:
Siena College

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Spotlight: Home Rule Be Damned: Exploring Policy Conflicts between the Statehouse and City Hall
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Briffault, Richard. 2015. “Article IX: The Promise and Limits of Home Rule.” Columbia Law: Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper Group 14436.Google Scholar
Bunch, Jaclyn. 2014. “Does Local Autonomy Enhance Representation? The Influence of Home Rule on County Expenditures.” State and Local Government Review 46 (2): 106117.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Knight, Jamal, and Gullman, Bethany. 2017. “The Power of State Interest: Preemption of Local Fracking Ordinances in Home-Rule Cities.” Tulane Environmental Law Journal 28 (2): 297314.Google Scholar
Richardson, Jesse J. Jr. 2011. “Dillon’s Rule is From Mars, Home Rule is From Venus: Local Government Autonomy and the Rules of Statutory Construction.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 41 (4): 662–85.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Russell, Jon D. 2016. “Federalism, Dillon Rule and Home Rule.” White Paper: A Publication of the American City County Exchange.
Badger, Emily, Bui, Quoctrung, and Pearce, Adam. 2016. “The Election Highlighted a Growing Rural-Urban Split.” New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/12/upshot/this-election-highlighted-a-growing-rural-urban-split.html?_r=0. Accessed on July 3, 2017.Google Scholar
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Einstein, Katherine Levine, and Glick, David M.. Forthcoming. “Cities in American Federalism: Evidence on State-Local Government Conflict from a Survey of Mayors.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism.
Gerber, Elisabeth R., and Hopkins, Daniel J.. 2011. “When Mayors Matter: Estimating the Impact of Mayoral Partisanship on City Policy.” American Journal of Political Science 55 (2): 326–39.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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Goldstein, Rebecca, and You, Hye Young. 2017. “Cities as Lobbyists.” American Journal of Political Science doi: 10.1111/ajps.12306.CrossRef
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Review of the Draft Climate Science Special Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
National Research Council. 2010. Adapting to the Impacts of Climate Change. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.PubMed
National Research Council. 2011. America’s Climate Choices. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
Arnold, Gwen, Long, Le Anh Nguyen, and Gottlieb, Madeline. 2016. “Social Networks and Policy Entrepreneurship: How Relationships Shape Municipal Decision Making about High-Volume Hydraulic Fracturing.” Policy Studies Journal 45 (3): 414–41. Doi:10.1111/psj.12175.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Davis, Charles. 2012. “The Politics of ‘Fracking”: Regulating Natural Gas Drilling Practices in Colorado and Texas.” Review of Policy Research 29 (2): 177–191.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Davis, Charles. 2014. “Substate Federalism and Fracking Policies: Does State Regulatory Authority Trump Local Land Use Autonomy?” Environmental Science & Technology 48 (15): 8397–403.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fisk, Jonathan M. 2016. “Fractured Relationships: Exploring Municipal Defiance in Colorado, Texas, and Ohio.” State and Local Government Review 48 (2): 112.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fisk, Jonathan M. 2017. The Fracking Debate: Intergovernmental Politics of the Oil and Gas Renaissance. 2nd ed. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.Google Scholar
Fisk, Jonathan M., Mahafza, Zachary, and Park, Yumni. 2017. “Frackivism in the City: Assessing Defiance at the Neighborhood Level.” State and Local Government Review.
Gold, Russell, and McGinty, Tom. 2013. “Energy Boom Puts Wells in America’s Backyards; Hydraulic Fracturing Largely Driving Transformation of the Nation’s Landscape.” Wall Street Journal, October 25. http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702303672404579149432365326304 Google Scholar
Integra Realty Resources. 2010. “Flower Mound Well Site Impact Study.” http://www.flower-mound.com/DocumentCenter/View/1456.
Loh, Carolyn G., and Osland, Anna C.. 2016. “Local Land Use Planning Responses to Hydraulic Fracturing.” Journal of the American Planning Association 82 (3): 114.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Riverstone-Newell, Lori. 2012. “Bottom-up Activism: A Local Political Strategy for Higher Policy Change.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 42 (3): 401–21.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Walsh, Patrick J., Bird, Stephen, and Heintzelman, Martin D.. 2015. “Understanding Local Regulation of Fracking: A Spatial Econometric Approach.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 44 (2): 138–163.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Carr, Jered. 2015. “What Have We Learned about the Performance of Council-Manager Government: A Review and Synthesis of the Research.” Public Administration Review 75 (5): 673–89.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Diller, Paul. 2012. “The City and the Private Right of Action.” Stanford Law Review 64 (5): 1109–72.Google Scholar
Gossett, Charles. 1999. “Dillon’s Rule and Gay Rights: State Control over Local Efforts to Protect the Rights of Lesbians and Gay Men.” In Gays and Lesbians in the Democratic Process: Public Policy, Public Opinion, and Political Representation, ed. Riggle, Ellen D. B. and Tadlock, Barry L., 6288. New York: Columbia University Press.Google Scholar
Haider-Markel, Donald P., Querze, Alana, and Lindaman, Kara. 2007. “Lose, Win, or Draw? A Reexamination of Direct Democracy and Minority Rights.” Political Research Quarterly 60 (2): 304–14.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lax, Jeffrey, and Phillips, Justin. 2009. “Gay Rights in the States: Public Opinion and Policy Responsiveness.” American Political Science Review 103 (3): 367–86.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lewis, Daniel C. 2013. Direct Democracy and Minority Rights: A Critical Assessment of the Tyranny of the Majority in the American States. New York: Routledge.Google Scholar
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